Rural Development Loan Resource Information

Here at the USDA Loan Agency, our goal is to be your source for everything you need to know about applying for and qualifying for a USDA Rural Development Loan.  Please feel free to explore our resource section for answers to common questions.

Eligible Home Finder:  Interested in a USDA Rural Development Home loan, but having trouble finding a house that qualifies in your area? The experts here at the USDA Loan Agency are here to help. This Rural Development Home eligibility finder will search for the homes in your area that qualify.

Frequently Asked Questions:  Do you have a question about eligibility requirements, credit restrictions or specific loan financing terms? The USDA Loan Agency has collected answers to the most common questions asked by our customers.

Application Checklist:  If you want a quick glimpse into what the USDA Loan application process is like, take a minute to scan through our application checklist. This list offers an inside look at the steps our experienced and committed loan experts use to help you find and buy the home of your dreams.

Loan Application Requirement:  This simple checklist full of yes and no questions can help you quickly determine if a no money down, fixed interest rate Rural Development Loan is right for you.

Mortgage Guidelines:  Applying for a USDA Mortgage is easy, and the experts at the USDA Loan Agency are here to make it even easier. Browse the list of USDA Mortgage Guidelines to learn about some of the qualification requirements.

News Releases:  This news section straight from the United States Department of Agriculture offers a run-down of all press releases regarding the USDA Loan Program.

Direct From the USDA:  If we don’t have the information you are looking for, the USDA is sure to have it. Follow this link to visit the official site.

2 thoughts on “Rural Development Loan Resource Information

  1. Hi Alice!

    We’re really not sure of the specifics of your situation, but that definitely sounds like something you should research before paying anything. We’d recommend contacting an attorney.

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