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USDA Geographical Boundaries to Remain As Is Until 2020

Yesterday, the US Senate passed the Farm Bill.  The hoopla in the media had to do with Food Stamps, but REALTORS and homebuyers are excited that (1) the Rural Home Loan financing program will remain in place, and (2) the current geographical boundaries will remain in place.

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Comment balloon 4 commentsMike Jones • February 05 2014 02:45AM
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