Mortgage Credit Likely to Expand

Mortgage Credit Likely to Expand

Recent announcements from government agencies involved in the mortgage industry indicate that mortgage credit is likely to expand soon. Among other imminent changes are lower down payment requirements which would result in a huge boost for the first time homebuyer market.

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