First Time Homebuyer Programs in Maine
by: TopGovernmentGrants Editorial Staff
One of the most essential needs of an individual and a family is the need for safe, quality, and comfortable housing opportunities. The State of Maine understands takes this need to heart, and as a result, has established the Maine State Housing Authority.
Maine State Housing Authority, more commonly referred to as MaineHousing, is an independent state agency that bridges public and private housing finance, combining them to benefit Maineâ€™s low and moderate-income people.
The first time homebuyer programs of MaineHousing are all especially designed to contribute to the achievement of its primary agency mission which is to "assist Maine people to obtain and maintain decent, safe, affordable housing and services suitable to their unique housing needs."
Among all of the agency's programs, some of the most notable are the following:
First Time Homebuyer Programs in Maine
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