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You are going to run accross all kinds of banks/lenders, but it isn't necessarily about the name of the bank but the loan office helping you out. If you can qualify for a VA or USDA loan, then you don't need a down payment. But if you used FHA (3.5% down) or convential (at least 5% down) then you will need to look into assistance. FHA will allow you to get a gift from family, but conventional will not (until you put down 5% of your own money). There are plenty of down payment assistance programs out there, but they can be a real pain and many lenders will not work with them. If you make good money, then take a month of two to save up and do it on your own. It will take that long anyways by the time you jump through all the down payment assistance hoops.
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