The federal agency which makes, participates, and insures loans for rural housing and farms.
A division of the U.S. Department of Agriculture that guarantees hospital mortgages.
Either the U.S. Department of Agriculture Program of the same name or the programs it administers.
Federal agency which guarantees mortgages in rural areas.
A federal agency under the Department of Agriculture that channels agricultural and housing credits to farmers and rural residents.
Provides home financing assistance to farmers and people in rural areas.
A federal agency that makes and insures loans for rural housing and farms.
The agency in the U.S. Department of Agriculture that is authorized to make direct loans to farmers who cannot obtain credit from other sources. It may also guarantee to farmers loans made by banks. The agency also makes loans for rural housing and community facilities as authorized by Congress.
The government agency responsible for guaranteeing mortgage loans on farms and rural homes.
The former name of the Rural Housing and Community Development Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. RHCDS, which handles many of the housing grant and loan functions of the former FmHA and Rural Development Administration, is part of Rural Economic and Community Development at USDA.
Now known as Rural Development, this government agency provides five major single-family home loan programs in Minnesota. In addition, RD administers a multi-family loan program.
Provides financial assistance to farmers or others living in rural areas who would otherwise find it difficult to obtain financing; an agency of the Department of Agriculture.
U. S. Department of Agriculture agency providing financing for farmers, residents of rural areas, etc.