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Odds of Getting In

The odds of getting in are good as the market rebounds after the recession. People have not given up on their dream to own a home. As the population grows, people need brokers to find them places to live whether it be a high-rise apartment in the city or a horse farm in the country. Also, a number of people are taking advantage of First Time Home Buyer Loans. First Time Home Buyer Loans offer financial assistance, grants, subsidized interest coasts and a low (or no) down payment. In fact, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development recommends that homebuyers use a real estate broker. If you want to buy a HUD home, you will have to go through a broker. With new financial assistance programs, it's a win/win for brokers and buyers.

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