Mesquite, TX Home Buyer Grant

Home buyer grant programs are a great choice for borrowers looking to buy but lack the down payment.  When Mesquite, Texas home buyers need assistance we have options.  Conventional and FHA grant programs are available in Mesquite, TX.  Grants are available for first time buyers and those who have bought in the past. Find out if you are eligible for the Mesquite grant program by calling 888-767-0554. Down payment assistance experts are standing by and ready to help.  Connect with a licensed Grant specialist, ask questions, see what cities qualify, and get free quotes.

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Finding the Perfect Home Loan

Thousands of consumers across Mesquite, TX are ready for home ownership.  Securing the right home loan doesn’t have to be hard, we have solutions for less than perfect credit and even those with little savings or down payment. To help home buyers in Mesquite overcome challenges we offer more programs and the extra benefit of wholesale rates.  We simplify the home buying and refinancing challenges presented by 2024 Mesquite mortgage guidelines. Our mission is to get you approved for a home buyer grant in Mesquite and into your home with payments you can afford. Even if you think you won’t qualify, our highly trained specialists will work with you closely on an individual basis to:

  • Review your finances to see what you can afford.
  • Improve your credit score if needed to qualify.
  • Obtain pre-approval to shop for your dream home.
  • Secure a loan and purchase your new home!

Working around Credit Issues with Top Rated Specialists

Our home buyer grant team is celebrating its 26th year in business.  Our experience allows for consumer mortgage confidence especially with Mesquite first time home buyers.  We navigate consumers through the mortgage process,  explain options and find what choice works best for you. We specialize in more than just home buyer grants.  Check out consumer USDA options, FHA loans and our Bad credit home loan options.

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    Grant Benefits

    • 580 Credit Score Required
    •  Grant is completely forgiven – no repayment required!
    •  Grant can be used for down payment
    •  Seller Credit of 6% is allowed
    •  Gift funds are allowed!
    •  Borrower(s) not required to be First Time Homebuyers.
    •  Income limit is based on qualifying income used for transaction, not household income.

    Find your Home Buyer Grant in Mesquite, TX Now 888-767-0554.

    Mesquite is a common name for several plants in the genus Prosopis, which contains over 40 species of small leguminous trees. They are native to dry areas in the Americas.
    They have extremely long roots to seek water from very far under ground. As a legume, mesquites are one of the few sources of fixed nitrogen in the desert habitat. These trees bloom from spring to summer. They often produce fruits known as “pods”. Prosopis spp. are able to grow up to 8 metres (26 ft) tall, depending on site and climate. They are deciduous and depending on location and rainfall have either deep or shallow roots. Prosopis is considered long-lived because of the low mortality rate after the dicotyledonous stage and juveniles are also able to survive in conditions with low light and drought. The Cahuilla indigenous people of western North America were known to eat the seeds of mesquite.[1]

    Prosopis spp. have been in North America since the Pliocene era and their wood has been dated to 3300 yr BP.[2] They are thought to have evolved with megafauna in the New World. The loss of North American megafauna at the end of the Pleistocene era gave way to one theory of how the Prosopis spp. were able to survive. One theory is that the loss of the megafauna allowed Prosopis spp. to use their fruit pods to attract other organisms to spread their seeds; then, with the introduction of livestock, they were able to spread into grasslands. Another is that Prosopis spp. had always been present in grasslands, but recurring fires had delayed plant and seed development before the emergence of livestock and grazing.