First Time Homebuyer Programs in Montana

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The State of Montana gives great importance to the needs of its people. One of these fundamental needs, is that of safe, quality and affordable housing opportunities. With that, the State of Montana has been running the Montana Board of Housing.

The Montana Board of Housing, otherwise referred to as BOH, was primarily established to to provide decent, safe, sanitary and affordable housing for lower income individuals and families in the State of Montana.

BOH is an independent agency which operates solely using independent funds instead of using taxpayer money. The programs of the BOH are financed through the issuance of tax-exempt bonds, administration of federal housing programs and the formation of partnerships with many other housing providers throughout Montana.

Among all of the BOH's firs time homebuyer programs, some of the most notable are the following:   (continued...)

First Time Homebuyer Programs in Montana
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