How much can you afford?
If you’re a first-time homebuyer, it can be difficult to gauge your price range. All those zeroes can be daunting. But many times, people can actually afford more house than they initially believe. To helpyou, we’ve provided this handy tool.
Click here for our Home Affordability Calculator and see how much you can buy.
How much should my down payment be?
The short answer? The more, the better. If you can put down 20% or more, you’ll save on PMI costs. But if you can’t swing that much, don’t let it stop you from applying! Lenders realize that many of us can’t afford the traditional 20% down.
here are many different types of home loans. Some require very little, or even zero, down. One of these may be right for you.
on’t totally drain your bank account. Leave yourself some breathing room. You will likely need some free cash for redecorating, appliances, landscaping or more. Remember, there
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