You Can Buy A House With Little Or No Money Down

Dated: 09/06/2017

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Many people believe they need to have a large amount of money saved to buy a house. Actually there are grant programs which can help renters to become homeowners with little money or no money to put down. There are qualifications for these programs so it is important to work with the right mortgage consultant who know the ins and outs of the programs.


We’ve asked Rich Godbout of Caliber Home Loans to walk us through one of these programs to help you get a better understanding of them.  Watch the video and then if you or someone you know could benefit from this kind of program, contact Rich to get started.


Here is how you can reach Rich:


Rich Godbout
Senior Home Loan Consultant
NMLS #:482307 | c: 240-372-7424 (RICH)  |  efax: 844-707-6284
6720B Rockledge Drive Suite 500 Bethesda, MD 20817
[email protected]
www.RichGodbout.com


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Charles Chapman

Charles Chapman has more than 20 years' experience in the Montgomery County real estate market. He has been a full-time agent through rising markets and good times, and also through falling markets an....

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