How to Buy a House by Yvonne Aileen
Vital Real Estate Strategy for the First Time Home Buyer
Yes: You CAN own a home, even if you have poor credit and nothing saved. Yes, it’s the worst buyer’s market in the last 40 years, but you’re about to gain insider secrets to make sure you come out on top.
Inventory (available homes on the market) hasn't been this low since 1982. To make owning a home a reality for you, you'll need some help, so get your track shoes on. Get the strategy and information you need straight from a real-estate veteran.
- If lack of funds is the issue, this book the answers.
- If your credit score is a concern, there are loans tailored to your situation.
- If no down payment is available, you’ll learn about grants, gifts, and 0 down payment options.
You can make yourself ready today by taking the necessary actions to educate and prepare yourself for your first home purchase. Whether you think you don’t have enough for a down payment yet, or you think your credit score can’t qualify you for a loan, there’s something you can do to overcome these obstacles. This homebuying handbook, created by a real estate broker and instructor with decades of hands-on experience, will give you the tools, resources, and knowledge to become a homeowner, no matter where you’re starting from. In How to Buy a House: Vital Real Estate Strategy for the First Time Home Buyer, you will discover
- A comprehensive homebuying guide that will take you through each step of the process – from checking your credit to getting your keys
- The biggest financial benefits to owning your own home – and what you’re missing out on by continuing to rent
- The crucial document that will give you a competitive advantage as a buyer (without it, your offer is doomed to fail)
- Why you shouldn’t wait for interest rates to drop any further before buying a house – why that's a losing game
- A little-known home program that can get qualified buyers into a house for 50% of its value and only $100 down
- The #1 consideration to keep in mind when choosing a home that will save you headaches in the future
- How you can afford a down payment, even if you have no money saved up for it
- 4 ways to sweeten your offer that don’t involve paying too much for a home
- How to find bargain home prices by keeping your eyes out for this type of government property for sale
- Practical action items at the end of each chapter that will each get you one step closer to buying your first home
And much more.
Every day that you wait, your chance for homeownership and its wealth-building power slips further away. Because housing prices tend to rise through the years, while you’re waiting to buy, houses are becoming less and less affordable. Don’t let fear or lack of know-how keep you from buying your first home. By taking the right steps in the right order, you can soon enjoy the benefits of homeownership–benefits that will pay off for many years to come.
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