When you think of your home, the last thing you probably imagine is that it can breathe. Well, maybe not literally breathe, but it does have a way of moving air in and out, whether you like it or
Facts To Know When Purchasing A Home 3rd Blog September 26 2018
Dated: September 26 2018
Here are a few ways you can position yourself and your finances to improve your chances of landing a loan.
⦁Save a larger down payment. For those with a credit score, a larger down payment is a necessity — not an option.
⦁Check your credit score The first thing you need to do before looking into buying a house is to check your credit score and fix errors on your credit report.
What are considered “good” and “bad” credit scores?
720+ = Excellent credit
680-719 = Good credit
620-679 = Fair credit
580-619 = Poor credit
579 and lower = Bad credit
Types of Loans most commonly used
⦁Conventional Mortgage. This is the most commonly used type and usually has the best rates.
⦁FHA: The Federal Housing Administration offers 3.5% down payment mortgages through participating lenders. FHA loans are also easier to qualify for and have slightly lower rates than conventional mortgages.
⦁USDA: Home buyers in rural and suburban areas may be able to qualify for home loans offered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. USDA loans offer low rates and 100% financing.
⦁VA: Eligible veterans, as well as active duty service members and their families, can qualify for Veterans Administration loans. A VA mortgage requires no down payment involved.
My name is Manny Quiros, I’m a real estate professional in the “Disney Area”, I have lived in this area since 1999 and have called this area my home and place my wife and I to raise our three wo....