52 Stoughton St, Thomaston, CT For Sale – Eligible for 100% USDA Financing

usda 3It’s so much larger than it appears. Plenty of room to stretch out in this well cared for cape style home boasting 4 BRs with a full bath on each floor. Many possibilities to accommodate small. large or extended families. Ideal for Millennial First Home Buyers.

And it’s Eligible for Up to 100% USDA Financing.

Closing Costs can be rolled into loan amount.
Low Rates! Reduced MI. Beats FHA and CHFA any day.

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Reach out to Rick Cignoli at 860.945.9284 to see if the USDA Guaranteed Rural Housing Development Loan is the right mortgage option for you  and to take advantage of his FREE Jump Start Mortgage Pre-Approval service.

Then call Kristen Butts at Clemens & Sons to schedule a showing and be ready to make an offer.

Thomaston CT Home for Sale-Eligible for 100% USDA Financing

Price Reduced for End-of-Year Sale! $196,900 

Charming 4 BR ranch with finished basement on level lot. 174-edgewoodhttps://www.trulia.com/property/3241641942-174-Edgewood-Ave-Thomaston-CT-06787

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Eligible for Up to 100% USDA Financing.
Low Rates! Reduced MI.
Closing Costs can be rolled into loan amount.
Beats FHA and CHFA any day.

Reach out to Rick Cignoli at 860.945.9284 to see if the USDA Guaranteed Get Pre-ApprovedRural Housing Development Loan is the right mortgage option for you  and to take advantage of my FREE Jump Start Mortgage Pre-Approval service.

Then call Sue Holway at Keller Williams to schedule a showing and be ready to make an offer by year-end.

Connecticut Home Buyers Like the USDA Guaranteed Rural Housing Development Loan

Astute home buyers in select Connecticut communities  are very interested in the USDA  Guaranteed Rural Housing Development Loan.

They find this mortgage particularly attractive because they:
usda 3•  Have the ability to finance 100% of the home’s appraised valueNo Down Payment is required
•  Don’t have to fear risking all their earned savings in a new home
•  Can take advantage of today’s low-interest rates
•  Afford a more expensive home and still enjoy low monthly payments

OVERVIEW
The USDA  Guaranteed Rural Housing Development Loan  offers many benefits to qualified buyers:
• Up to 100% Financing of the home’s Appraised Value – No Down Payment is required
• Ability to finance Closing Costs when the Appraised Value is higher than the sales price
• One  30 year fixed rate mortgage  at low-interest rates
• Buyers with <20% down payment can afford higher priced listings because Monthly MI is cheaper than premiums associated with conventional and FHA mortgages
• No Pre-Payment Penalty. No Re-Capture Tax.
• No limit on Seller Contributions. No limit on Gift Funds
» No Cash Contribution required from buyer
•  Credit Scores down to 620.

CAVEATS
The USDA  Guaranteed Rural Housing Development Loan does have a few restrictions:
•  The home must be in a USDA “designated rural area”
•  Adjusted household income can not exceed established income limits
•  Single-family Property only. Must  be buyer’s’ primary residence

My expertise with the USDA Guaranteed Rural Housing Loan expands my ability to provide you with the  “Right” home financing solution.

Call Me at 860.945.9284 to discuss your mortgage options and to take advantage of my FREE  Jump Start Mortgage Pre-Approval service.
You just might be able to move into your new home in select areas of CT with little or no out-of-pocket money and low affordable monthly payments.

Open House. Nov. 4, 2016. Thomaston CT. Eligible for 100% USDA Financing

Open House. Sunday , November 4, 2016. Thomaston, CT
Reduced Price!
100% Financing!

Open House at this charming 4BR, 2B Ranch, Thomaston, CT
Sunday, November 4, 2016. 1 -3:00 P.M.

174 Edgewoodhttp://www.trulia.com/property/3241641942-174-Edgewood-Ave-Thomaston-CT-06787

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Eligible For up to 100% USDA Financing. Closing costs can be included in loan amount. Low rates! Reduced MI.
Beats FHA and CHFA any day!

Reach out to  Me at 860.945.9284 for details on the USDA Guaranteed Rural Housing Development Loan and to take advantage of my FREE  Jump Start Mortgage Pre-Approval service

Then reach out to Sue Holway at Keller Williams Realty to schedule a showing and be ready to make an offer.

First Home Buyer Tips They Don’t Teach You in School

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You don’t learn about how to buy a house in school. They don’t teach you  what you need to apply for a mortgage, what kind of loan you’ll need, or what PMI is (it’s called private mortgage insurance)

And let’s not mention that you need to shop around for the best deal — or you can hire somebody to do that for you.

So here are some First Home Buyer Tips to help guide you through the home buying experience. 

BEFORE YOU START LOOKING
♦  Have a conversation with your significant other about what you’re millenial 2looking for, what you need and what you can do without. Standing in the living room during an open house with your real estate agent isn’t the time to argue about wanting three bedrooms instead of four.
♦  Know your financial records. What’s your credit score? How much Low Monthly Paymentsoutstanding debt do you have? What monthly payment can you afford?
How much money did you make last year? You’re going to need to know all of this information. Have all of your paperwork ready to go.
♦  Know your limit — if you can’t afford a $450,000 house, don’t go look at $450,000 houses.
♦  Shop around. There are dozens of real estate agents, attorneys, and mortgage officers so don’t settle. These people are going to work for you, their job is to make you happy. You’re going to be on the phone and meeting with them frequently, so make sure you like who you’re working with.
♦  Do your research. When you do decide on a real estate agent, he or she isGet Pre-Approved going to want to know what your price range is, what neighborhoods you’re interested in, if you want to be close to schools, expressways, public transportation, etc. Know what you want and Get Pre-Approved! 

WHILE YOU’RE LOOKING
♦ This is the big one you’ll be glad someone told you about.
Don’t get too attached to a house, because if it the deal doesn’t work out, for whatever reason, you’re going to be devastated.
♦  Be willing to negotiate, it’s a big part of the game.
♦  This goes hand-in-hand with negotiating: put your foot down and don’t let anyone take advantage of you. If the seller is asking for way more than you’re told the house is worth, or if they’re not willing to fix something that is broken or at least negotiate the cost, you have to be ready to walk open houseaway. There will be more houses, trust me.
♦  Don’t just purchase a house by its listing. Go look at EVERYTHING. A lot of houses look different in person than they do on-line, good and bad.

First Home BuyerI have the belief that anyone that deserves to own a home should be able to do so. The American Dream is still attainable for those buyers who do their homework, establish a game plan and work hard to achieve that goal. I’m here to help.

Source: http://www.silive.com/news/index.ssf/2016/06/buying_your_first_house_things.html

12 Maple Avenue Thomaston CT For Sale – Eligible for 100% USDA Financing

First Home Buyers! This cozy, very solid, gas heat home is ready for a new owner.
It’s Eligible For up to 100% Financing with a USDA Rural Housing Development Mortgage. Closing costs can be included in loan amount. Low rates! Low MI! Beats FHA and CHFA any day!

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Call Me at 860.945.9284 for details on the USDA Guaranteed Rural Housing Development Loan and to take advantage of my FREE Mortgage Pre-Approval service
Then call Marcus Santore at Marrin Santore Realty to schedule a showing and be ready to make an offer.

Can You Afford Your Dream Home?

Saw a recent article filled with a lot of statistics about the number of homes on the market that were not affordable to the average American.  After reading a few paragraphs of statistics, I found myself asking:
•   If so many homes are not affordable, how many are affordable and affordable to whom?
•   For those homes that are not affordable, why aren’t’ they?
•   And since when does the price range of all the homes on the market have to be affordable to all buyers?

Now, today’s page of the Business Section today  that foreclosure filings have increased this year, not only in CT, but across the country as well. These homes will go on the market because they are not affordable any more. And if they aren’t affordable, who can afford them?

Family Finances Most First Home Buyers come to me for Mortgage Pre-Approval with big dreams, high hopes and a lot of questions. Too often folks want to buy a home in a price range they cannot afford. Usually it’s because their situation does not merit the interest rates they see in the newspaper; they haven’t considered real estate taxes and home insurance; and the cost of mortgage insurance may not be in their calculations.

 It is my job to help home buyers set realistic expectations and help them see how big a house they can afford and how large a mortgage they qualify for. Getting prospective home buyers Pre-Approved for mortgage is an exercise to insure that “families live comfortably and financially secure in their own home.”