Low-income but want to buy home in Texas? Check eligibility for Home Sweet Program

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Texas, no doubt, is one of the most amazing states. Whether you are moving there or already living there, you must have high expectations. One of the biggest advantages of being in Texas is that you can buy a home at reasonable prices. Also, the state is known for its delicious food, shopping centers, restaurants, rich history, diversity, and varied career opportunities.

In short, we can say that there is more than enough to explore and enjoy in Texas. Of course, you will need sufficient money to afford housing, food, and other things here. The average cost of living in Texas is something around $45,000 a year (source). This amount is reasonable only if you are living alone. With a family of two or more people, you will need a lot more than that.

Home Sweet Program for Texas residents

If you are low-income but want your own home in Texas, you might be looking for financial help. Thankfully, the state has no shortage of programs. A few good examples are the Meals on Wheels Program and Rent Relief Program.

Another program for families is Home Sweet Program. Its requirements are as follows.

  1. You need at least a 620 FICO score if you select a VA, USDA or FHA.
  2. Your income has to be within the limit set by the DPA program you apply for.
  3. You will have to complete the homebuyer education course.

The first step is checking your eligibility through this quiz. If you become eligible, you will be directed to the participating lender in your area.

You may also call them at 877-508-4611.

Will you grab this opportunity?


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