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Assonet, MA FHA Loans in Massachusetts

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 Assonet, MA 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.

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Assonet, Massachusetts News
Assonet group gathers goods to send to overseas troops

The Tuesday Club of Assonet has started collecting items to make the holidays brighter for those serving in Afghanistan and Iraq.

Helping hands

THE TUESDAY CLUB OF ASSONET is proud to announce its annual "Support The Troops" Drive.

Freetown reading program gets $500

The Reading Incentive Program at Freetown Elementary School has received a $500 boost from the ExxonMobil Educational Alliance.

Longtime officer to retire

After 33 1 2 years of protecting and serving the town, Lt. Walter J. Sawicki has decided to say goodbye to the Freetown Police Department.

In the service

Brian C. Tabares, son of Karen Tabares and Carlos Tabares, both of New Bedford, recently enlisted in the Marine Corps under the delayed entry program at Marine Corps Recruiting Station Springfield, Chicopee.

Kids gain experience in kitchen

Denise and Tony Branco thought that starting a cooking club for children at St. Bernard's Church in Freetown might attract eight to 10 aspiring cooks.

Your View: Voice library support at Freetown Town Meeting

Tom Poitras lives in Freetown. October 22, 2008 6:00 AM One of our founding fathers, Benjamin Franklin, founded the first library in America.

Freetown priest does his part to help police

A priest riding in a police car is not something you see every day, but the Rev.

Museum founder reflects on 93 years

Sept. 27 brought a content 93rd birthday for Linwood French. The Freetown Historical Society Museum founder is home from the hospital after a fall that left a 3-inch gash on the back of his head, and the only ...

Freetown man's hand-built sauna melts away stress

Bob Lima built his house and all the furniture in it, but right now he is most excited about the Japanese-style sauna he recently finished in his backyard.

Harvest Festival, rescheduled craft sale in Assonet this weekend

There are two good reasons to head to Assonet this weekend: St. Bernard's Annual Harvest Festival and the Tuesday Club rummage and craft sale.

Environmental impact deadline extended

Following complaints from residents that distributing CD copies of the latest environmental impact report was not adequate, proponents of Payne's Crossing have begun the process of mailing out hard copies of ...

Proponents, town officials meet on Payne's Crossing

Following a meeting earlier this week to discuss the most recent environmental impact report on Payne's Crossing, selectmen say proponents of retail development planned for Assonet are pushing for better ...

Assonet action committee members request paper version of state environmental report

Officials and residents are going over the results of a 1,039-page study of the effects the proposed Payne's Crossing retail and commercial development will have on traffic and the environment.

Gallery features artwork of local pastor

Mathewson Street Chapel Gallery, 134 Mathewson St., Providence, is pleased to present a selection of the Rev.

Parade candy among Freetown time capsule items

Items symbolizing what the town is like have been locked away, not to be opened until 2033.

A joyful noise resounds from Glory Land Parsons Band

The Glory Land Parsons Band is made up of a group of local ministers who love to joke around, but when it comes to singing, they are nobody's fool.

Historical Society open house planned

The Freetown Historical Society will be host to fiddlers, a blacksmith, Civil War re-enactors and a special exhibit on employment during its annual open house from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept.

Freetown voters must register by Wednesday

Residents who have not yet registered to vote and want to cast ballots in the Sept.

Booths available for Freetown craft fair, yard sale

The Tuesday Club of Assonet is looking for sellers for its first craft fair and yard sale to be held Sept.

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