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  • This would appear to imply that a home without a stove or water heater would have a hard time passing inspection, but contact the FHA to clarify the guidelines and to find out if there are waivers in certain circumstances.
  • Accredited simply means that the school meets certain standards set down by the beauty industry, and accredited schools often have the means to provide financial aid to students in the form of loans, grants, and waivers.
  • Other information that should be included in your application package include signed waivers, proof of passports and passport-size photos of each applicant separately and a recent picture of the two together.
  • About 60% of the student population at Merced College receives some type of financial aid, which often consists of work-study arrangements, grants, scholarships, loans, and fee waivers.
  • Applicants must choose whether it's to their benefit to have a lower interest rate for the life of the loan or if they would rather receive fee waivers and other incentives at closing.
 

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