Homebuyer Options

Homebuyer Options, Low Down Payment Programs & Grants

Low Down Payment Programs & Grants

George Mason Mortgage has the program options to fit your story and our experienced mortgage professionals will help find the perfect match for you.

If you want to become a homeowner, but you don’t have enough cash for a down payment, a state or local down payment assistance program1 might be able to help. Most states and many counties and cities offer grants and no-interest loans to help first-time homebuyers pay for down payments and closing costs.

Fixed Rate + Adjustable Rate Mortgages (ARMs)

  • 3% Down Payment with NO Mortgage Insurance2
  • 3.5%* Down Payment with Lower Credit Score3
  • Up to 100% Financing Available4
  • Active Duty or Veteran? 100% Financing, NO Down Payment5
  • 100% Financing for Rural Housing

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