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Moneywatch Q&A: Home At Last Program

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Home At Last is program offered by the Nevada Rural Housing Authority.

It was created for first time home-buyers and veterans in 2006, but now it has expanded.

Who qualifies:

• Buyer must have 640 minimum credit score and meet normal FHA, VA or RHS underwriting requirements
• Maximum income limit:$97,500
• Home as primary residence
• Buyer must complete homebuyer education
• Home purchase is in rural Nevada (includes entire state of Nevada excluding Las Vegas, Reno, Henderson, North Las Vegas)
• Home falls below maximum purchase price of $400,000

Mortgage and Marketing Specialist Nicole Larrimore of the Rural Housing Authority can answer your questions about the program starting at 5pm. Just call 858-2222. Lines close at 6pm.

And for future questions, call 775-887-1796 or go to http://nvrural.org/access for more information.

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