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These programs are scams. Some builders and real estate agents claim to have special secret programs that offer you grant money to help with your down payment or closing costs. Actually what they are doing is they charge you too much for a home and then give you a little of your money back, but they keep most of your money for themselves. They often work in cahoots with a dishonest Mortgage Broker and a dishonest or incompetent real estate appraiser that comes back with a jacked up appraisal that is far more than what the house is worth to convince a lender to give you a loan for too much money so that you can pay too much for the house. THAT IS ONE OF THE REASONS THAT I RECOMMEND THAT YOU HIRE YOUR OWN APPRAISER TO GIVE YOU A SECOND OPINION, LIKE A DOCTOR WOULD GET YOU A SECOND OPINION IF YOU WERE GOING ohio FOR SURGERY. Essentially you wind up paying too much for the house. This is a very competitive buyer's market. YOU HAVE THE POWER RIGHT NOW!!!!! I RECOMMEND THAT YOU TAKE ADVANTAGE OF IT I RECOMMEND THAT YOU HIRE AN ATTORNEY WHO SPECIALIZES ohio REAL ESTATE TO REPRESENT YOU AND PROTECT YOUR INTERESTS. DO NOT LET A REALTOR ohio A REAL ESTATE AGENT REPRESENT YOU. THAT IS YOUR ATTORNEY'S JOB TO REPRESENT YOUR INTERESTS AGAINST THE INTERESTS OF THE REALTORS AND THE UNREALISTIC SELLERS. I ALSO RECOMMEND THAT YOU HIRE A REAL ESTATE APPRAISER TO GIVE YOU YOUR OWN APPRAISAL ohio ADDITION TO THE LENDER'S APPRAISAL (LIKE A SECOND OPINION FROM A DOCTOR) Tell your attorney to write all of your offers and include language that requires that the seller pay all of your closing costs. Also tell your attorney to include language that makes your offer contingent on the appraised value as determined by your appraiser, not the lender's appraiser. When your appraiser comes back with a value that is less than the price you offered, I recommend that you give the seller two choices. Either the seller agrees to a reduction in the contract price so that it is equal to the appraised value as determined by your appraiser or the seller agrees to cancel the contract and direct the title company to return your deposit to you. You may have to cancel a few contracts before you close on a house. The good news is that you will only pay fair market value, not the ridiculously jacked up prices that the sellers and the REALTORS and real estate agents are asking.
There are such programs if you make lower to median income. Each state has a federally funded program that offers special interest rates and in some cases "grant" money to cover down payment and closing costs from $5000 to $15000 depending on where you live. Contact your state's housing department for more info. The funny thing is that any Realtor who regularly represents buyers should know and want to share this info with their clients, but it is the government that limits the knowledge to Realtors and has an open door to the mortgage brokers who often discourage these programs because they can't make as much money off of them as other loan programs.
Hey many people have given you good information. At this time get a 30 year fix, FHA. Negotiate with the seller so they can pay up to 6% of the closing fees. Builders are giving very good incentives towards closing costs and purchase. This is a good time to purchase a home. Make plans to live in it for some time. New construction is very good. But an old home is just as good.
When you put in the offer you could of requested the seller to credit you money towards NRCC non recurring closing cost. As stated above don't try to negotiate the broker fees. They are working hard for you. If you're already getting a great deal I wouldn't mind paying, hey it's the cost of purchasing a home.
Sorry havent heard of these programs. On my first home purchase, I negotiated with the seller to pay the majority of my closing costs. The seller was transfered and needed to sell quick. I got lucky but maybe you could do something like that. I sold that home because i got transfered myself and bought the home i'm in now. I got an FHA loan and didnt have to pay alot on closing. These arent exact figures but i think i payed appx. 5000 total on a 150,000 home. I live in ohio and i figure a house in ohio is alot more than mine. Good Luck. Hope this helped a little.
As far as I am concerned, there is no such program. Depending on you loan scenario, every bank will allow you to take 6% seller concession to cover up the closing cost. It means, the bank will add the closing cost with you loan amount. The benefit: you don't pay whole closing cost at once. The negative: your monthly mortgage will be tiny bit higher. The advice: BE CAREFUL, don't fall for sweet talking of real estate agent/broker and mortgage loan office/broker.
You have to do your checking and investigating at the county level by checking with county court house. And in the the municipality where the property is located. You may be able to get some answers to your questions. You might have to take classes to qualify for the funding. If not, have you asked for a Seller assist in your sales contract? Thanks for asking your Q! I enjoyed answering it. VTY, Ron Berue Yes, that is my real last name!
FHA, Fannie Mae, Freddy Mac
Not sure what you are talking about. The only program that I know of is called a savings account. I guess if you qualify for some special interest group, there might be grants or laons.
I wanted to keep my money in savings because it wasn't much and I needed it in came of emergency, so we used some and asked the sellers to give us some at closing. For example our offer was 126,000, but they gave us 2,500 at closing, so we actually paid them 128,500 for the house, which was the amount of our loan.