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Ashwood, 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 Ashwood, 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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Ashwood, Oregon News
Tidings editorial: indy media

Independent Media Week: Bring it on It isn't often that competing businesses cheer for one another in this capitalistic society. via The Ashland Daily Tidings


The High Kings, The Celtic Women

Ireland has history. As Martin from The High Kings says, the victors wrote the history, the conquered wrote the songs. via KINK-FM Portland


Boy saves mom, averts car crash

"Because of you both my son and I are alive."

A 14-year-old boy maneuvered a moving car to safety after his mother suffered a seizure while driving on Reese Creek Road in Eagle Point. via Medford Mail Tribune


Southeast la Fitness will open club After sitting vacant for two...

"She's kind of a star among her peers."

LA Fitness will open club After sitting vacant for two years, the former Albertson's grocery store at Eastport Plaza will be converted to an LA Fitness health club. via Portland Tribune


Oregon woman charged in hit-and-run case

Authorities say an Eagle Point woman is being held in the county jail, accused in a hit-and-run accident that killed a Medford teenager. via KGW-TV Portland


Song and silence

"They get the message this is an unreal place - 'I'm not supposed to be real here.'"

The Tuesday Taize services at the United Church of Christ include singing, silence and reflection. via The Ashland Daily Tidings


B&B inns to get portion of lodging tax money

"It draws people to Ashland as a family experience"

The Ashland bed and breakfast inns that help generate lodging tax money for the city will receive a share of that money back for marketing. via The Ashland Daily Tidings


S-K dropout rate declines slightly

"Statistically, it probably doesn't mean a lot, but any positive changes are always a good sign"

The dropout rate in Salem-Keizer fell by a tenth of a percentage point last year, but it increased slightly statewide. via Statesman Journal


Small local radio station takes off

"That will be a lot more expensive"

In her car in the Winco parking lot Saturday night, Connie Saldana heard a little piece of community she'd never heard there before - a local music show broadcast by KSKQ, a low-power FM station operated by the ... via Medford Mail Tribune


Prevent child abuse as a community

Gloria Schreindorfer helps Amy Zimmerman set up a litter patrol sign before heading with Girl Scout troop 555 to pick up trash along Sunnyside Road SE. via Statesman Journal


Weekend's best bets for April 4, 2008

Get your science on from noon to 6:30 p.m., Friday at the Boys & Girls Club, 1144 N.E. Cedar St. via The News-Review


John Prendergast coming to Portland after all

"We went halfway there, and then Kony [the rebel leaders] postponed for a week so we turned around came back into the US...it happened really fast."

John Prendergast - Hollywood's favorite humanitarian - has made yet another change of plans to his hectic, jet-setting schedule. via Willamette Week


Preventing child abuse involves everyone

PREVENTION RALLY: Noon Thursday, State Capitol steps. TO REPORT ABUSE OR GET HELP: Call 378-6704 during the day or 581-5535 at all hours. via Statesman Journal


Art event will benefit CASA

Monica Moreno, a member of the CASA Board of Directors, places donated art onto shelves at the Blue Pepper on March 25 for the first "Art with Heart" fundraiser. via Statesman Journal


Heritage Tree Sites

With the addition of the two state heritage trees in the Central Point area, there are now nearly 50 heritage tree sites in Oregon. via Medford Mail Tribune


The Chef's Table on Main

At first glance, the menu at downtown Medford's newest restaurant - The Chef's Table on Main - seems an unfocused mish-mash of unrelated cuisines. via Medford Mail Tribune


Ashland has a wealth of former Peace Corps volunteers

"We were such a tightly knit group. You don't forget relationships like that."

Deedie Runkel, second from left, poses with friends she made while serving with the Peace Corps in Belize. via The Ashland Daily Tidings


Razas Unidas goes beyond gangs

"On that first night we got together, we talked about the problems the students thought they faced"

Hispanic youths tired of gang activities form Razas Unidas as a positive force in the valley Loading... From left, Mara Bauermeister, Katey Robinson, Elizabeth Garcia, Elizabeth Perez and Gilmar Lopez are ... via Medford Mail Tribune


FireFree spring clean-up, free landfill disposal dates announced

FireFree encourages residents to get prepared for the upcoming wildfire season by cleaning up their yards and creating defensible space around their homes. via Bend Weekly News


Interest across the Rogue Valley has increased, but it's best to know ...

"Mining claims are property rights."

It's not exactly a gold rush, but federal agencies overseeing mining activity in Southwest Oregon report a growing public interest in searching for the elusive yellow metal. via Medford Mail Tribune


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