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Adams, OR FHA Loans in Oregon

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 Adams, OR 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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Adams, Oregon News
Charity Case

A federal raid on an Iranian charity in Portland stokes debate about tightened Bush sanctions.

Police catch escaped McNary Place patient

A man who escaped from McNary Place, a mental health facility, played cat-and-mouse with police for about an hour Monday evening before he finally ran out of room to run.

Police catch escaped McNary Place patient

A man who escaped from McNary Place, a mental health facility, played cat-and-mouse with police for about an hour Monday evening before he finally ran out of room to run.

Cycling under the influence

Damn: This is what a cyclist's unhelmeted head did to a Nissan Xterra. IMAGE: Pete Levno In one recent, well-publicized car vs.

We still believe in Harley Dent.

Let's rock: Developers Randy Rappaport and Brad Malsin want to develop a new 2,000-seat live performance venue on the Willamette's east bank.

Regional leaders will focus on critical issues Monday afternoon at PSU forum

Congressman Earl Blumenauer will host a summit on upgrading the nation's infrastructure to meet the challenges posed by increasing fuel costs, global warming and related issues on Monday afternoon at Portland ...

New bridge could face a legal crossing

Maybe it was just our imagination, but at the final meeting of the Columbia River Crossing task force it sure sounded to Sources Say like some witnesses were laying groundwork to file lawsuits blocking the ...

Snowstorms in Oregon keep spring at bay

A cold front dropping down from our neighbor to the north triggered a snowstorm Tuesday in parts of eastern Oregon, as weird weather brought unseasonable cold to the Portland area, snow to the Cascades and ...

Dollars To COIC Decline for Economic Development

Lottery sales continue to climb, but some programs are benefitting less. - by Dave Adams Oregon lottery sales are booming.

West side finally has a voice at City Hall

Let me be the first to congratulate city Commissioner Sam Adams for pushing through that $5.5 million bike and pedestrian bridge that would link the West Hills and the Pearl District. via Portland Tribune

City official joins police for stroll across the street at monthly crosswalk stings

"The purpose isn't to generate tickets; it's to generate awareness"

For 90 minutes on Wednesday, the Portland Office of Transportation's Sharon White crossed Southeast 122nd Avenue again and again, with police lying in wait nearby to follow drivers who didn't stop for her. via Portland Tribune

Real estate transactions

Stuart Skaug and Sean Beall of CB Richard Ellis represented the lessee. Nick Kucha and Don Ossey of Capacity Commercial Group LLC represented the lessor. via Daily Journal of Commerce

Red Ink

"We've got a lot of shattered relationships that are going to take time to rebuild."

When City Arts LLC opened at 902 SW Morrison St. in November 2006, hopes were high that the gallery could be like Saturday Market with a roof. via Willamette Week

Surplus is just the council's petty cash

If you've been following the news lately, you know the city commissioners have been busy as a bunch of little beavers figuring out how to divvy up a budget surplus currently pegged at about $33.2 million. via Portland Tribune

Portland is falling far behind on upkeep of infrastructure

Before crews started building the downtown Portland bus mall, the city sewer bureau checked its pipes to see if any needed work while the streets were cracked open. via

Damaging Winds Blast Region

"Trees get brittle in the cold, then when you get these winds, things get hazardous"

A severe winter wind storm with gusts up to 70 mph slammed the Grande Ronde Valley and much of Northeast Oregon this morning. via The La Grande Observer

Storm prompts emergency declaration

Gov. Ted Kulongoski has declared a state of emergency for Umatilla County to help cope with the impact of a Pacific storm that spread high winds and damage through parts of the state. via Argus Observer

State of emergency declared for Umatilla County tonight

"As we have learned from the December storms that hit the Oregon Coast last month, it is important to respond quickly to ensure we get Oregon's citizens the help they need when disaster strikes"

A state of emergency was declared for Umatilla tonight by Gov. Ted Kulongoski. Storms and high winds have particularly hit cities of Adams, Athena, Milton-Freewater, Pilot Rock, Weston and surrounding rural ... via Statesman Journal

Coastal Shrimp Industry Makes HistoryBy

"We want to sell to the public, to different restaurants and stores that care about the ecology and care about the fish. We want to sell a product that is sustainable. People can eat it and feel like they aren't eating the last shrimp in the world."

Shrimp season may be over this year, but the industry has just reached a huge mile stone. via KEZI-TV Eugene

Into The Depths With Rosie

In June of this year Rosie , a 1,000-ton, 25-foot wide " tunnel boring machine ," started tunneling 115 feet below inner southeast Portland. via Willamette Week

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