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- April 30, 2011 at 3:47 am #417303
Contact your bank and see what loans are available for first time home buyers. Find a good realtor one who knows the first time home buyer programs, that will help you to buy your first home. Do not let the realtor talk you into buying a home that is not in your price range and many realtors will do this just by taking you to see a nicer house one that you will fall in love with. Buy a home that has enough of storage space especially in the kitchen and extra storage space, and a home to be able to grow into, but not too big you cannot afford the home. Enjoy your first home.
- April 30, 2011 at 3:47 am #417304
If you have any bills in your name, such as cell phone, utilities, gas card, anything – you have a credit score. What I would suggest is that you sit down with a local lender and see where you are. No internet lenders please.
- May 1, 2011 at 6:05 am #200386
recently I’ve come across several listings like that. Personally I think it’s a stupid choice for the seller as regardless of the so called bidding wars, the settlement prices are 40-60k lower than these houses can reasonablly expect to get. Other than an emergency situation, why would a seller allow the agent to even bring this up? With powerful tools like Redfin, I thought people are no longer so easily duped by agents.*
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