Sixty percent of homebuyers put 6 percent, or roughly $15,500, down on a median-priced house, according to the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR). Work toward that goal with these tips: For more information, please visit www.nar.realtor.
One of the biggest misconceptions of homebuying? The 20% down payment. Here’s how to buy with a lot less down. Buying your first home conjures up all kinds of warm and fuzzy emotions: pride, joy, contentment. But before you get to the
Change your habits and change your life by Cheryl Spangler Jul 25 Key Takeaways Get creative in helping your clients save money on their way to homeownership. How many Starbucks coffees would it take to pay for a down payment on
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By Lisa Gordon | Jun 28, 2017 SLRadcliffe/iStock Home inspectors are quite thorough. Before you buy a house, they’ll scrutinize things you never thought to look at in your many walk-throughs, from cracks in stucco to how well the toilet flushes. In fact, their checklists include