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I've been thinking about this for a few years. I've always had good credit, but to be honest, I'm not walking around in money. I only have a few thousands in the bank now, but I truly believe I can afford some of the foreclosed homes I've been seeing in my area. (We're talking $200-$300 a month for a 3 bedroom built in 2004 with minor repairs needed.) I have to put down 3% on whatever house I purchase. My loan was qualified at $50,000. I'm not sure if it's because I'm still young, but I was surprised it was only $50,000. Yes, I know that is not a lot at all! Once again, the homes in my area are damn cheap (many built in the late 90's and early 2000's and costing around $35,000-50,000. The more fancier ones are $60,000 and up. My question is, would you buy a smaller home (1 or 2 bedroom) in a nicer area, close to the city pennsylvania would you look at a slightly older home (3, 4 or 5 bedroom) that's in the outskirts of the city? Also, being that I'm only qualified for $50,000, would you try to purchase a home that's much cheaper than $50,000 and fix it up pennsylvania go for a home that's pretty close to being 100% perfect and right at the $50,000 limit? How does one purchase a home at the maximum approval amount, then use the rest to fix up whatever around the home? I have so many more questions... I'll tack them on as I think of 'em. ;) Thanks for any and all answers. I want to hear all opinions! I'm such a novice at this and absolutely have no plans of rushing or purchasing until I feel 100% sure about my decision. I know for a FACT I want to buy my first home, though. =)
Go to a bookstore and spend the best $15 or $20 you have ever spent. Get a book called "Home Buying for Dummies". Not an insult, a great book. It will tell you everything you want to know and more. Opinion: I can't imagine a $50,000 home would be livable. The book will tell you all about home inspections and the buying process. Careful of scam foreclosure sites. These homes can have property taxes due that are more than the asking price.