Biden’s $25,000 First Time Home Buyer Program Explained!

The Biden administration has proposed a $25,000 First Time Home Buyer Program in the form of a grant to help eligible buyers achieve homeownership. In today’s video, Nicole walks through The Down Payment Toward Equity Act of 2021 including who qualifies for the $25,000 down payment assistance and how to apply. If put into place, President Biden’s grant could make homeownership a reality for many historically underserved populations.

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Hi, I’m Nicole Nark, a full-time Realtor® at Pixel Properties Realty in Little Rock. I came to Little Rock with the love of my life, I am a proud Mom of two furbabies (Mini Schnauzer Mix and German Shepard), a Graduate of Communications from the University of Arkansas-Fayetteville and Honor Graduate of Arkansas Real Estate School in Little Rock.

I believe that home ownership lays the foundation for a life of financial security and freedom.

From building equity in a home, to the tax benefits it provides, buying a home is the most important financial decision most people make during their life. For this reason it is important to work with a professional who is committed to act as an advocate for you and your best interests.

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