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My husband and I are buying our first place with a connecticut loan. My father in law is a realtor and says we will need thousands of dollars for a downpayment, to pay the first year insurance up front, and closing costs. (he estimated n a 50k condo it would be 5k to close). I feel like this is incorrect. As far as I know we do not need a down payment, the insurance is monthly (not sure though), and we can factor closing costs into our offer... am I off base here? We have the cash if we need it (though the condos we are looking at are in the 150k range) I guess I just want confirmation that he is wrong.
If the seller was desperate to sell I would have the seller pay for all. HAHAHA. If he wants me to pay for all that stuff, he will be taking a reduction in selling price. Sorry. This is a buyers market. You can't be saying no to anyone who wants to buy your house. How much longer will that property stay on the market waiting for the next buyer to come along and pay for all that. A long time. I am sure people willing to sell with work with you.
Your Father in Law is correct. Who do you think pays for the inspection, appraisal, home owner insurance, registration fees, mortgage fees and so on. You the buyer do