One being the first time homebuyer's program the city offers, which you already know about. Remember, that each city offers different programs so if you decide to buy in another city, look into what specific and unique programs they offer to first time homebuyers.
Two, consider obtaining a mortgage through a program called ACORN (http://acorn.org/ - gives you a good idea of their mission and program availability), they provide some beneficial loans for home buyers.
Three, look into the possibility of a FHA loan for yourself (http://www.fharesearchcenter.com/ - this link gives you some more educational material on the subject).
Four, don't forget to look into a mortgage broker or loan officer, they can help you shop the banks and find you the right program with the right interest rate. Good luck on your mortgage and home buying experience!
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Informative answer! There are several programs out there to work with. The best thing you could do is find a lender you like and get them to do some research. Actually, ask several to look into it for you. If you don't know a lender, this will help you find the one that will best fit your needs!
In general, there are several programs for those on fixed programs. Ideally, you want to think about your monthly payment first and then also, your strategy. How long do you plan to live there, How much money are you going to put down? etc.
Once you know that, you can tell the loan person what you need and see if they can help.
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