No Down Payment For A Home No Problem

Dated: 02/09/2018

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Are you considering buying a home but struggling with putting together a down payment? Are you aware of the government assisted down payment programs available to you? There are grant programs which provide NON - REPAYABLE money to you for the down payment  or closing cost for 1st time home buyers.  NON REPAYABLE! Each county is different but in San Diego county the borrower can earn up to $158,600 a/yr and still be eligible for the grant. 

Minimum credit score of 660 is required! Contact me for more info, I will get you in the right hands with my lending partners. 


Bruce Palizban

REALTOR®

Certified Military Residential Specialist

Buyer Specialist

RE/MAX Home Center

CalBRE#01807369

760-415-7007 call/text

BPalizban@remax.net 

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Bruce Palizban BRE#01807369

Bruce is a business professional with a strong work ethic with an extensive background in customer service as he spent years of his youth managing a well known established family business, Rocco’s P....

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