Kern County Down Payment Assistance – Zero Down California ™
Kern County Down payment assistance is now available via Zero Down California ™. This unique 100 percent financing program makes it easier than ever for Kern County residents to go from renter to homeowner! California rents are at an all time high. It’s often difficult to save the money needed for a large down payment while paying sky high rents. But by offering a Kern County down payment assistance program via Zero Down California ™, many Kern County residents can now make the transition from renter to owner with ease.
Zero Down California ™ is the most flexible niche 100 percent financing program available to Kern County home buyers.
Zero Down California ™ is not restricted to first time buyers! It doesn’t matter how many times you have previously owned a home, you may still qualify for the zero down payment program.
Unlike other programs and down payment assistance, there are no maximum income restrictions! The program is available to everyone in every California county. Because we understand saving for a down payment is difficult these days, there is no maximum restrictions on income.
The Zero Down California ™ is for owner occupied residential properties- Single family houses, condos, townhomes, PUD’s.
There are no adjustable rates to worry about. The program was designed for stability.
It’s easier than ever to stop renting and become a homeowner since with this program, a down payment is no longer required. As with all loan programs, you will have to qualify by submitting documents showing income, credit, tax returns etc. To find out additional information on the no down payment program, complete the quick information box at the side of the page to get started now! There is no obligation to speak to Zero Down California ™ representative, and no personal information is gathered over the internet.
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