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If your family’s annual income is $95,500 or less, and the home you want to buy costs less than $400,000, you’re in the ballpark for Home is PossibleTM bonus down payment money.

If you’re a veteran or active military personnel, you could secure a below-market fixed interest rate with the Home is Possible for HeroesTM program. And if you’re a first-time homebuyer or qualified veteran, you could save about $2,000 a year with the Home is PossibleTM Mortgage Credit Certificate. And if you're a licensed K-12 teacher in Nevada, you could qualify for Home is Possible for TeachersTM. Get started today by finding a qualified lender. You’ll be guided through the process, and you may even qualify for additional homebuyer programs.

Courtesy of the Nevada Housing Division

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