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First-Timer Primer: Maryland’s Home Buyer Assistance Programs
UrbanTurf Staff | May 8th
In April, UrbanTurf looked at programs in the District that help homebuyers defray costs. This week, we take a look at a similar list for homeowner-... read»
First-Timer Primer: How to Buy a House at Auction
Nena Perry-Brown | August 10th 2022
UrbanTurf put together a quick primer on the ins and outs of a home auction.... read»
First-Timer Primer Follow-Up: DC Homebuyer Assistance Programs, Part II
Nena Perry-Brown | June 14th 2022
As an addendum to our First-Timer Primer on DC’s homebuyer assistance programs, UrbanTurf is highlighting a couple of additional programs today.... read»
The New "Crypto Mortgage"
Nena Perry-Brown | January 19th 2022
A tech company wants to give Bitcoin owners another option to finance a home purchase without cashing out their cryptocurrency.... read»
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Is Cryptocurrency the New Down Payment For Millennials?
Nena Perry-Brown | January 10th 2022
A new survey says nearly 12% of first-time homebuyers sold cryptocurrency to make a down payment.... read»
60% of Young Adults Will Use Pandemic Savings for a Down Payment
Nena Perry-Brown | June 30th 2021
About 83% of the young adults surveyed had saved money in at least one spending category during the pandemic.... read»
What a $15,000 Homebuyers Credit Could Do in the DC Area
Nena Perry-Brown | March 17th 2021
The advanceable tax credit proposed by President Biden wouldn't cover the typical down payment in the DC area.... read»
No Signs of a Coronavirus Effect on the DC Housing Market Demand -- Yet
Nena Perry-Brown | March 13th 2020
Thus far, increasing awareness about coronavirus has not dampened demand for DC homebuyers.... read»
Could New FICO Rules Make it Harder for Homebuyers?
Nena Perry-Brown | January 23rd 2020
Upcoming changes to how FICO scores are calculated are expected to lower the average consumer's credit score.... read»
For DC-Area Homebuyers, A/C is More Important than Family
Nena Perry-Brown | August 13th 2019
A new study finds that nearly 90 percent of homebuyers in the area cite air conditioning as very or extremely important.... read»
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