Wakulla County Florida Home Buyer Assistance Program Process and Time Line

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Wakulla County Florida Home Buyer Assistance Program Process and Time Line

1.  County sponsored home buyer education class is required.

2.  Home buyer is APPROVED and signs contract for home.

3.  Lender sends Reservation Form with contact to county.

4.  With-in 5 days, home is inspected by county staff.

5.  If necessary, lead based paint assessment is completed.

6.  Lender sends loan package to county.

IF NO REPAIRS ARE NECESSARY......

7.  County approves application package.

8.  County contracted appraiser completes appraisal.

9.  Home buyer meets with home buyer counselor.

10. Mortgage package e-mailed to title company.

11. Home buyer assistance check is released by county after HUD 1 is approved.

12. Closing occurs at the offices of the title company.

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE VISIT:

HUDS List of Home Buyer Assistance Programs in the State of Florida by County

For More Information on Government Loan Programs in the State of Florida Please Visit:

Government Home Loan Programs in the State of Florida 

 

 

Posted by

Jim Poole

Senior Loan Officer NMLS #351358

813.205.7958 Mobile

jptampa@live.com 

 

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I give consultations on Government Home Loan Programs. I advise on how to use these loans to Buy and Sell more homes. Many of todays home buyers are first time home buyers; will have limited funds to put down and will have no money for needed repairs or desired up-grades. Many will be younger and will have marginal incomes. The USDA Loan and the FHA Loan are designed to address these issues. The USDA loan offer 100% Financing while the FHA 203k loan program is attracting a lot of attention from the more sophisticated buyers of aging and bank owned properties.