Home Loan Program Benefits Rural Families

Even though the country is in the midst of a financial crisis, it's still possible to buy a house with no money down. A relatively small but growing number of Americans are turning to an obscure home loan program backed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Rene Gutel reports for member station KJZZ in Phoenix.

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