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FHA Mortgage

The Federal Housing administration, a government agency created in 1934, provides insurance on some types of mortgage loans. An FHA-insurce loan also allows you to buy a house with a low down payment of 3%. Certain mortgage loans may require an upfront mortgage insurance premium at closing.  This loan is attractive to many first time homebuyers due to the low downpayment.

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