Last year when CalHFA released $25 million in funds for the CalHFA Dream for All program the funds were gone in less than 11 days. Did these funds actually go to first-time home buyers in need? These programs are created with the vision in mind to help more people become homeowners.
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“One is that there isn’t a safer bet to close on the market. VA loans have had a higher average closing success rate than conventional loans over the last five years. The other piece is that sellers are not required to pay any costs on behalf of a VA buyer. There’s a misconception that sellers have to pay a VA buyer’s closing costs or are on the hook for repairs if the VA appraisal turns up issues. This isn’t a zero-sum situation, and both are matters of negotiation between buyer and seller.”
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