First Time Homebuyer Programs in Arkansas

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Every good and efficient state government requires an able and separate office or authority that is especially designed to assist residents in acquiring homes and properties in reasonable rates and efficient mortgage payment plans.

In Arkansas, this agency is the Arkansas Development Finance Authority, otherwise referred to as the ADFA, which was established through the Arkansas Development Finance Authority Act.

The Arkansas Development Finance Authority was primarily created to develop safe, decent and affordable housing for low and moderate income Arkansans. The authority's primary goal is to administer funding in the form of tax exempt bonds and other debt instruments through several programs which are divided into three main categories: Economic Development, Homeownership, and Affordable Rental Housing.

Some of the most notable first time homebuyer programs of the ADFA are the following:   (continued...)

First Time Homebuyer Programs in Arkansas
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