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CO FHA Loans in Colorado

FHA loans differ from conventional loans in a number of ways. The down payment required for an FHA-insured loan is usually much lower than for conventional loans. FHA loans also have lower credit requirements than conventional loans, making them more available to a wider range of potential homebuyers.

 

FHA loans offer CO residents several other valuable benefits, not least of which is those aforementioned smaller down payments. Unlike a conventional loan, which ordinarily requires 10-20% down, FHA-insured loans only require down payments as low as 3-5%. The FHA is also more flexible in calculating factors to determine whether or not to approve the loan, factors such as household income and repayment ratios.

Local FHA Loan directory for CO :
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Agate Almont Arlington Ault
Aguilar Amherst Arriba Aurora
Akron Anton Arvada Austin
Alamosa Antonito Aspen Avon
Allenspark Arapahoe Atwood Avondale
Alma Arboles

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Colorado News
Avalanches reported near Loveland Pass

Colorado Department of Transportation officials reported two avalanches in the backcountry Wednesday near Loveland Pass. via The Aspen Times


Man held on murder charges after New Year's shooting

"We think we got a pretty good laser shot on where the bullet came from"

Police arrested a 25-year-old man on murder charges hours after two people were killed by a single bullet fired into a house during a New Year's party. via Greeley Tribune


Black Hawk Casino Still Allows Smoking

"The Wild Card Casino is clearly a casino and has always operated as a casino. If they think they are a cigar bar then they shouldn't have slot machines or a gaming license for that matter"

Smoking is still being allowed in at least one of Colorado's mountain casinos because it claims to be a cigar bar exempt from the state's smoking ban. via Cbs4denver.com


Grants Awarded for Colorado Renewable Energy Projects

A giant step is being taken in Colorado to build that state's renewable energy program. via KRVN-AM Lexington


I-70 still closed

The Colorado Department of Transportation said it is still unknown when I-70, Berthoud Pass and Loveland Pass will reopen. via Glenwood Post Independent


The coming collision: Colorado's high-tech economy and its changing demographics

Colorado, we have a problem. Our economic development strategy is dependent upon the quality and qualifications of our future workforce. via HispanicTrending


Colorado highway reopened after avalanche danger strands thousands

Wind-whipped snow and avalanche danger closed the main highway through the Colorado mountains, stranding thousands of travelers as they headed to New Year's Eve celebrations. via PR-inside.com


Thousands of travelers stranded in Colo. by avalanche danger

The threat of avalanches is keeping more than 2,000 travelers stranded at Red Cross shelters in Colorado. via WPEC-TV West Palm Beach


Electronic Voting Is Questioned

"We look at each other and go, 'We have used this equipment in three elections. Why did it get taken to a test board and get decertified?'"

With the presidential race in full swing, Colorado and other states have found critical flaws in the accuracy and security of their electronic voting machines, forcing officials to scramble to return to the paper ballots they abandoned after the Florida debacle of 2000.

In December alone, top election officials in Ohio and Colorado declared that widely used voting equipment is unfit for elections.

'Every system that is out there, one state or another has found that they are no good,' said John Gideon of the advocacy group Voters Unite. 'Everybody is starting to look at this now and starting to realize that there is something wrong.' Read more


2,000 Travelers Stranded in Colorado

"I can't even venture a guess right now"

More than 2,000 travelers were stranded at Red Cross shelters in the Colorado high country Monday as a threat of avalanches closed a stretch of Interstate 70 west of Denver.

Deep snow drifted into more than two dozen narrow ravines in the mountainsides _ known as avalanche chutes _ raising the danger of potentially deadly snow slides cascading onto I-70.

High winds and blowing snow forced the state to close the highway overnight. There was no word on when the busy thoroughfare through the mountains would reopen. Read more


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