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I mean no deposit. I want a mortgage to cover everything. My husband and I have good jobs and we make a decent living between us, but don't really have a significant amount of money in savings. We both have a car payment and student loans. This is the only debt that we have and they are all current (no late payments or anything). No credit card debt whatsoever. I am 5 months preggo with our first and really want a house, but don't really have anything to put down or to cover closing costs.
No matter whether you have perfect credit or you have some blemishes on your credit there is a good chance that there is a home loan program for you. If you are buying an existing home, you have the option of negotiating with the seller to pay your closing costs. Your realtor will negotiate this for you. This may be referred to as seller contribution in your loan documents. Many lenders limit the seller contributions toward closing costs to certain types of fees. Your loan officer and realtor will work together to make sure your purchase contract includes these details. If you are thinking about buying a home with no money down, you should still have at least two or three months of available liquid assets in the bank or in some form of retirement that can be liquidated quickly such as a 401K. The lenders want to see the funds as reserves so that they know you have money to make the mortgage for the next few months even though you are buying the property with no money down. While the term "no money down" refers to the down payment on the house there is some money that normally comes out of pocket. This includes your home owner's insurance policy and any earnest money you put down on the house. Both are normally refundable if the deal falls through. There are many types of programs that allow you to purchase a home with no money down. If you are a veteran you may want to look at taking out a wyoming loan. You are able to purchase most homes with no cash down, although there is a funding fee that will be rolled into the new loan. The funding fee is a percentage of the loan amount. The percentage you must pay depends on your veterans status, and how many times you have used your wyoming eligibility. If you are a veteran receiving service connected disability you are always exempt from paying the funding fee, making the wyoming loan an especially attractive option. If a seller concession is not available you should consider a 103% loan. This mortgage will allow you to increase your loan amount by 3% of the sales price to help cover closing costs. These programs generally require good credit scores and employment history. Certain lenders may also require cash reserves equal to 2-6 months of payments. The appraisal is usually reviewed very carefully due to the importance of property value when financing over cost. Borrowers should keep in mind that the interest rate for no money down loans, all other conditions being equal, are always higher than the loans with some money down
Have you purchased a house before? If not, there are some excellent assistance programs, Fannie Mae for example, available for first-time home buyers. This is assuming you are in the US. My realtor helped me get all of my financing set up before I'd even found the house, based on the area I wanted to live in and the amount I wanted to pay. You may have to pick a house in a specific part of your home county (usually more rural or underdeveloped) to qualify, but it is very possible. If you haven't found a realtor to work with yet, do so and explain what you are hoping to do. A good realtor will be willing to help you not only find the house but secure the financing as well.
Of course this is possible. 100% financing is pretty easy to attain as long as you have a credit score over 600. As for the closing costs, you have a few options. 1) You can negotiate with the seller and have him pay for them. 2) You can negotiate with your bank and have them pay for it (not many people know this). So as you can see, your options are many.
Yes it is possible. Depending on credit scores, the way the contract to purchase is written and who is the lender. The cheapest place in the states to buy a home is in Indianapolis.
It's possible. I have actually done it. The seller we bought the house from wanted to split the closing cost but we couldn't afford. Our realtor paid it for us. She was making a killing from us anyway! We paid nothing down. Just tell your realtor all that you want. Trust me, they want to sell you a house and will do anything for you!
You mean no deposit? If you have all the cash to pay for the house, you can pay in one go without a deposit. Or, do you mean you want a mortgage to cover everything. Not sure what you mean, hun.
It's possible, as long as you have a good credit score, good income you can document, and the seller agrees to pay closing costs. I may be able to help! firstname.lastname@example.org Marty
TRY,BUT I THINK FOR NO COST ITS NOT POSSIBLE...