Typically 6%, but of course that is flexible and can be negotiated mainly depending on the potential selling price of your home.
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Consistently ranked as one of the "best" places to live in the US. The city is still in the same location - the schools are still there - the companies along the I-88 corridor haven't left - the parks and programs are still available. Values have come down, yes as have interest rates. It is a great time to purchase and borrow not only in Naperville but all across chicagoland.
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Cash is king. That means you will have no problems with financing. As such banks, and some sellers will prefer you slightly lower offer over a higher one that has financing and might not happen.... more
John: These are sometimes the roadblocks that transpire prior to closing. What does your attorney suggest? If you really like the place and they gave you a good deal, it sounds like there's a glitch somewhere.I would still defer to your attorney for their advice.... more