From your question I assume that Legacy is promoting incentives for first time buyers at this time. With FHA Down Payment Assistance going away at the end of the month many Builders and Lenders are creating alternatives to help buyers get into homes. "First Time Buyers" may have different definitions for different programs. I do know that one of the programs that Metro Brokers Financial is offering defines "First Time Buyer" as anyone who has not owned a home in three years. I am not sure how owning in a different state would affect this. They are offering a grant up to $10,000 for down payment FREE. As with everything, there are certain criteria that has to be met. That is just one example of the many programs popping up right now. Some of them depend on certain area or income requirements being met. Your best bet, always, is to have Buyers Representation, even on a new home purchase. You need someone looking out for your best interest so you will be aware of all aspects of the program being offered.
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