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13 Places to Buy a New Home with a USDA Home Loan

June 9, 2017
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When you think of USDA home loans, farmhouses and fields probably spring to mind, not modern new homes in up-and-coming residential communities. But, you might be surprised to find USDA-eligible neighborhoods in—or right on the edge of—your sales turf. If you sell in one of those areas, your buyers may be able to take advantage of this government-guaranteed mortgage option with no down payment and relaxed credit requirements (compared to conventional loans).

Here are just a few of the places we build homes that may qualify for USDA home loans!

Arizona

Sahuarita:

Santa Cruz Meadows ~ From the $200s

The Estates at Madera Highlands ~ From the upper $200s

Tucson:

Eagle Crest Ranch ~ From the low $200s

Colorado

Frederick:

Wyndham Hill ~ From the low $300s

Windsor:

Jacoby Farm ~ From the upper $200s

Florida

Green Cove Springs:

Rolling Hills at Lake Asbury ~ From the upper $100s

St. Augustine:

Treaty Oaks ~ From the low $200s

Virginia

Berryville:

Berryville Glen ~ From the mid $300s

Gainesville:

Madison Crescent ~ From the mid $300s

Haymarket:

The Villages of Piedmont at Leopold’s Preserve ~ From the upper $300s

Stephens City:

Old Dominion Greens ~ From the low $400s

Utah

Saratoga Springs:

Fox Hollow ~ From the upper $200s

Stansbury Park:

Picket Lane ~ From the low $200s

Prices, specifications and availability are subject to change without notice. USDA Financing is available to owner occupants only and is subject to availability and buyer qualification for USDA program loans.

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