Are you tired of seeing your money help your landlord get more financially stable while you are on the rental treadmill?
Yes, sometimes and, in some situations it is easier to rent and it makes financial sense to be a renter. But, deciding if it is better to rent or buy should be a paper and pencil or calculator exercise first. After you do the paper and pencil exercise, where you layout your financial situation, you are ready to do the emotional part-do you really want to stop being a renter and commit to becoming a home owner.
I have a Seller offering a small home in Oak Grove that may offer a great solution for someone with a limited budget.
If you have a limited budget you may wonder how much home can I buy? If you are paying $700 or more per month for rent, you should at least consider becoming a home owner.
When it comes to how much home can you afford your best answer will come from a licensed loan officer. The loan officer will work with you to review your financial history, evaluate your current financial condition, and provide you suitable loan programs that offer you the best options regarding rates, and fees.
Get a lender with whom you can work to help you find the answer. I gladly refer my clients to four loan officers, all of whom I have the highest degree of confidence they will offer high quality service in addition to loan products that best fit the client's needs.
There are many homes throughout the San Antonio area that offer great opportunities for buyers looking to getting off the rental treadmill. Call me if you are looking for home buying solution.
18756 Stone Oak Parkway
San Antonio Texas 78258
Coldwell Banker D’Ann Harper Realtors®