To avoid buyer’s remorse, be sure to contact Diane Butler at drdbroker@gmail or call 626-641-0346.
Think you and your family don’t make enough to buy a home? Worried about your low credit score or lack of down payment? If these issues have prevented you from even beginning to look for a new home, let me assure you that help is on the way.
Most home buyers are not aware that many programs exist to help them purchase a home. Often, the lenders selected by the buyers or their agents prefer to avoid the extra paperwork and so do not inform their clients about these programs. Financial aid for home buyers in California comes from cities, counties and the state itself.
The assistance comes in many forms.Some allow zero down payment. Some are outright grants of money. Some come as “silent seconds” which are only repaid when the home is sold. Some eliminate mortgage insurance. Some are directed towards buyers with low credit scores. Future home buyers in pricey California would do well to find a lender who is conversant with these programs and start the process.
Here is a sampling of assistance available to first-time home buyers. Note that a “first-time” home buyer is one who has not owned a home in the last three years.
Most of these programs are for “low-income” individuals and families, but in Southern California that can mean up to $120,000 or higher family income. Each program is different and attempts to answer different borrower needs.
These are just SOME of the mortgage assistance programs available. Many cities in Southern California also offer some type of aid. It costs nothing to ask and may make the difference between buying and renting.
For further help either with home buying or selecting a lender, feel free to call me, Diane Butler, at 626-641-0346 or email me at email@example.com.
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