You may find a ‘financial diet’ is in order to get in shape to qualify for a mortgage. This mainly applies to first time homebuyers but could apply to those who are changing homes as well if you haven’t been watching those pennies close enough.
While many of us in real estate roll our eyes at HGTV it still seems to inspire some investors (especially new ones), there is gold in those old homes. It is a sellers market and we’ve found you can sell just about anything with 4 walls, somewhat stable foundation, and… Read More »Looking to Buy A Home To ‘Flip’?
Today’s purchase agreement is now more helpful to the buyers than in the past. Now there a few built-in contingencies that unless superseded by other documents help to protect the buyer.
USDA Many of our listings qualify for the USDA no money down program. This program is for rural homes such as ares in the western areas of Hendricks County and beyond such as Danville & North Salem. Check here to see if this is an option for you. Next Home Another option… Read More »Have good credit but no down payment? You can still buy a home!
One of the biggest steps to adulthood is that first time one buys their own home. After living with your parents and then in rentals having to live by the landlord rules that next true step to freedom is purchasing your own home.
In the old days it was common for the seller to throw something in with the home to sweeten the deal during negotiations. Sometimes this is still considered but if the buyer is financing the purchase that gets a little tricky