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Fort Rock, 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 Fort Rock, 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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Fort Rock, Oregon News
Paisley Caves prove no waste for researchers

When Kennewick Man was discovered several years ago near the bank of the Columbia River, he touched off quite a controversy.

Sisters Man Injured During OHV Event

A Sisters man was injured early Saturday afternoon while participating in the LOBOS Fall Classic Motocross race in the East Fort Rock OHV area.

Prominent aspens are a losing grounda

Robin Shaw, of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, bikes past an aspen stand Wednesday on the Deschutes River Trail between Benham and Dillon falls.

Living in Elephant Country: When mammoths ruled the earth

They were BIG, very big, stood about 12 feet to the top of their wooly head, about as long as a school bus and weighed around six tons.

Up in the high desert, a '60s development that didn't develop

Fort Rock is a massive ring of rock, formed when magma rising from deep within the Earth hit the muddy bottom of an ice age lake.

Forest Service officer is nation's best

Whatever criminal activity happens in a city, also happens in the national forests - plus some more.

Show to feature Fort Rock Basin

The crew of 'Oregon Field Guide' will join a group of scientists who are searching for ancient obsidian quarries in central Oregon's Fort Rock Basin in one segment of the weekly outdoors show that airs at 8:30 ...

Shoe-perstitious about feet?

The upcoming U.S. olympic Trials will feature the latest and greatest shoe technology.

Bends big pole will move, but it could be awhile

A 70-foot power pole has stood along the Cascade Lakes Highway for about eight months, drawing complaints from drivers and nearby residents.

Fort Rock: Our past and possible future

This desert formation southeast of Bend once was surrounded by savannah and forest, offering good habitat for humans Loading... Fort Rock looms out of the desert around 65 miles southeast of Bend.

Rain sets two daily records in Medford

Rain this week set new daily records for May 27 and 28 in Medford. The airport rain gauge measured .41 inches on Tuesday and .64 inches on Wednesday while a large storm system parked itself over Southern Oregon ...

Oregon's Outback

The barely inhabitated southeast corner of the state has been dubbed "Oregon's Outback." For anyone who hasn't been there, that moniker might seem like a public relations move to cast an exotic and appealing ...

Bridge replacement will block road to Paulina Lake

"This bridge is unsafe and will be replaced"

Paulina Dam Bridge on Forest Service Road 2100-520 just off County Road 21 in the Deschutes National Forest because of a bridge-replacement project. via Statesman Journal

Area closed: At-risk wildlife; Public lands regulated to help sensitive animals

Public lands regulated to help sensitive animals Published: May 12. 2008 4:00AM PST CLINE BUTTES - The woman opened her truck, and at least six big dogs tumbled out and bounded down the trail near Cline Buttes. via The Bulletin

Food Share director: Hunger still a problem

Ron Hays, executive director of Marion-Polk Food Share, has seen hunger at home and in countries around the world. via Statesman Journal

Aquatic Invasive Species Program

Boating season is nearly here and now's the time to learn about how you, as a boater, can help prevent the spread of invasive species in the water. via KBND-AM Bend

Finding Pre-Clovis Humans in the Oregon High Desert

"The last true ice age didn't end for another 4000 to 5000 years. How did they survive in Oregon?"

An interview with Dennis Jenkins In this interview, conducted at Paisley Five Mile Point Caves on June 13, 2007, by Rick Pettigrew of ALI, Dr. via Free Republic

Sno-Park Expansion

You're going to see some big improvements at Meissner Sno-Park. The Bend Fort Rock District Ranger is issuing the decision to expand the parking lot and make some other changes at the park, including the ... via KTWS-FM Bend

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