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Did you know that when Purchasing or even Refinancing a home, buyers can include additional monies for renovations and repairs.
The FHA 203(k) Rehab Loan allows homeowners to purchase and/or renovate their home with just one loan…monies to purchase it and monies to renovate it.
Eligible for 1 -4 Unit Owner-Occupied Properties and Mixed Used Properties too.
♦ Mortgage Based on after-improved value
♦ One closing and then the repairs begin
♦ Perfect solution to problems with older homes
♦ Enables borrowers to buy short-sales and foreclosed property when they don’t have the cash to do the needed repairs
♦ Modernize Plumbing, Heating , Ac And Electrical Systems
♦ Roofing, Gutters and Downspouts
♦ Weatherization (Storm Windows, Doors and Insulation
♦ Interior or Exterior Painting and Remodeling
♦ Update Appliances, Kitchens and Bathrooms
♦ Flooring, Tiling and Carpeting
♦ Handicap Accessibility
♦ Basement Remodeling and Water Proofing
Many of the homes on the market today are functionally obsolete because they are older and don’t have the amenities today’s buyers are looking for in a home.
The answer is this: You can get a mortgage to buy a house and fix it up at the same time using the same loan. Smart Home Buyers are buying properties in need of attention and turning them into their dream home with the help of the FHA 203(k) Rehab loan.
Reach out to Me @ 860.945.9284 to discuss the right mortgage option for your family and to take advantage of my FREE Mortgage “Jump Start” Pre-Approval service.
Deciding to buy your First Home is not an everyday activity. There’s a steep learning curve, which explains why mortgage professionals see the same blunders over and over again. Here are six common — and costly — mistakes many First Home Buyers make.
1. Believing the Listing Agent is Your BFF – Unless you hire your own buyer’s agent, the agent selling that house works for the seller
2. Setting an Unreasonable Time Table – Assuming you’ve been Pre-Approved for a mortgage and it’s a fairly simple deal, you may be able to close in 30 days, but 45 to 60 is more common,. Foreclosures may take 75 to 90 days and short sales have been known to take 6 to 9 months.
3. Financing – One and Done – There should be a chemistry that develops between you and your loan officer. Educate yourself on the complicated mortgage process and the whole home buying experience
4. Trash Talking as a Bargaining Technique – If you’re making an offer, you want to stress what you like about the place, Don’t forget: You’re a guest in someone’s home. Forgetting to be polite is a common home buying mistake.
5. Believing You Can’t Afford Professional Advice – Sometimes the right professional advice from an attorney, home inspector, insurance agent saves far more than it costs. Do not hesitate to ask for it.
6. No Reserve Fund – Many home buyers are tempted to stretch as far as possible – and drain all available savings just to buy their dream home. There are going to be some unforeseen circumstances that arise, either personally or with the house. Plan to keep an emergency fund available after closing to address those unforeseen situations that might arise, either personally or with the house.
Read more: http://www.bankrate.com/finance/real-estate/mistakes-homebuyers-make-1.aspx#ixzz3a7khAOUj