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Lease To Own

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Lease To Own Program Have you Been Turned Down for a mortgage? It is safe to say that you are near having the option to purchase a home however aren’t exactly prepared? Have you been having trouble proving your income or simply need help building your credit to get a home? Home Partners’ Lease with […]

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USDA Loans

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USDA Loans What Are USDA Loans? USDA loans are a 100% financing option for some buyers but they have a funding fee of over 2% which is rolled into the loan, many layers of extra restrictions, income limits, purchase price limits and geographic area restrictions. There are actually too many layers to write out so […]

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VA Loans

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VA Loans What Are VA Loans? VA loans require an eligible veteran to prove eligibility using a DD214 or for active duty, other paperwork. These type of loans do not allow occupant co borrowers, like Mom or Dad, but only a veteran and his or her spouse. (Not fiancé!) There is no down payment and […]

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Conventional Loans

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Conventional Loans What Are Conventional Loans? Conventional loans are the most common type of mortgage. It is the “basic” or “plain vanilla” type of loan. It’s got it’s own special products and limits/restrictions as well and there are even super low first time homebuyer programs which have a major MI reduction so it can be […]

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FHA Loans

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FHA Loans What Are FHA Loans? FHA- The Federal Housing Administration backs and insures certain types of mortgages based on certain consumer profiles. Generally speaking, FHA offers credit leniency and some mortgage lenders have options that offer mortgages for credit scores as low as 540 mid FICO (Fair Issac 5). (with restrictions, such as 10% […]

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Thinking About Buying a Foreclosure?

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Thinking About Buying a Foreclosure? With the housing bubble burst and the subprime mortgage crisis, millions of homeowners found themselves unable to make their mortgage payments. Many found themselves owing more on the house than the home was worth. Many just walked away from their homes. As a result of these complicated issues, millions of […]

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