Is dallas county giving $10,000.00 to first time home buyer ? can a co-signer be classifed as a first time buyer?

Asked by Vickie, Dallas, TX Sun Mar 18, 2012

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Mon Mar 19, 2012
Yes, but there are other programs out there that include all Texas counties, including but not limited to Dallas. Find out more at the website below and then call me 972-854-3270. If you are a teacher, policeman, fireman, or EMS there are special programs out there for those specific professions, as well. Additionally, many counties offer downpayment assistance through their local Housing Authorities, but this varies by county. But the real question here is...why do you need a co-signer? Is it because of bad credit, or not enough credit established at all, or what? Please call me to discuss your options 972-854-3270 and it won't cost you a dime.…
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Susie Kay, Agent, Dallas, TX
Mon Feb 8, 2016
I'd be happy to connect you with lenders that I work with if you are still looking for a first time home buyer program. Feel free to call me at 469-371-2899.

Susie Kay
Seniors Real Estate Specialist
Certified Home Stager

United Real Estate Dallas
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jeff.morgan95, Home Buyer, Dallas, TX
Tue May 7, 2013
does first time home owner get help with down payment
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Dallas Texas, Agent, Dallas, TN
Tue Mar 20, 2012
In some areas Dallas county could have a $10,000 awarded to home buyer if you stay in the property for x number of years. Most of these types of programs have limited number of grants issued.

Lynn911 Dallas Realtor & Consultant, Credit Repair Advisor
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AV, , Dallas, TX
Sun Mar 18, 2012
Yes, The Enterprise program in Dallas offers assistance to low income families. The co signer can not have owned a home in the last 36 months. Email me to discuss
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Kevin D. Bro…, , Dallas, TX
Sun Mar 18, 2012
I am not aware of any such prgrams being in Dallas County at this point in time. And as far as any first time home buyer exemptions, a co- signer would not be able to obtain those exemptions. Hate to rain on your parade, but contact me tomorrow and we can discuss some other options/ gameplans for purchasing youf home. Each individual buyer has their own situations and opportunities.


Kevin D. Brown
KDB Properties
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Voices Member, , Dallas, TX
Sun Mar 18, 2012
Yes they are and no you cannot co signe
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