All of these questions need to be taken into consideration in addition to the mortgage qualifying process in order for you to be happy with your home. I don’t want you to happy with your home for the first month you live there, I want you to be happy for as long as you live there!
FHA condo loans are easier to get.
The home buying process is a little different for each home and each buyer, but in general there are 10 Steps most real estate transactions go through from the very beginning of the process to the closing. Let’s take a look at the 1st Step in some detail. Step 1- Find a Realtor You Can Trust First […]
Lenders give us the 8 Commandments for keeping that loan from preapproval through to Clear to Close.
While buying a home in Dayton Ohio is a process that tends to follow a predictable series of steps, some steps can be complex and may need more oversight to see them through successfully. Think of a real estate agent as a trail guide. They’ve been down this path many times before, they know where the tricky parts are how to proactively navigate through those brambles. Having an experienced professional (that would be me!) guiding the process can help get your transaction completed smoothly. Let’s take a quick overview of each step-
“How long after a short sale before I can buy another home?” This is one of the most frequent questions I get asked, and my answer is- “It depends”. Call Teri Lussier, Realty Central to discuss your options.
HUD Homes are a unique way to purchase property. When you are ready to find out more about HUD homes or the 203(k) loan, contact me, Teri Lussier, Realty Central, at 937.343.1411.
A really great way to find Open Houses in the Greater Dayton area is directly through the Dayton Area Board of Realtors (DABR) website, through their Open House portal, here.
A quick look at some of the best real estate information recently posted from around the web, of interest to Dayton Ohio real estate consumers.
The FHA 203(k) loan is a great way to get home owners into distressed homes by allowing them to finance both the mortgage and the renovations on the home, into a single loan with a single closing. These 203(k) renovation loans are especially useful for someone looking for homes in first-tier Dayton suburbs like Centerville, Kettering, Englewood, Trotwood, Huber Heights, Fairborn, Riverside, or the historic districts in Dayton.