Seller can pay closing costs for buyer. The only thing you need to have downpayment in most cases, but that could be a gift from someone else if documented.
USDA loan you can do Zero down and have seller pay closing costs for you.
The trick is to find the right property and the right seller.
Best of luck,
Coldwell Banker United Realtors
*Buyer can shop for their own surveys or ask the seller to pay.
*You can always ask the seller to contribute in paying closing costs.
It's always a good idea when your starting the buying process to get with a couple lenders to provide good faith estimates to compare the fees involed in getting the loan.
REALTORÂ® | Mortgage Broker
Keller Williams Realty | 360 Lending Group
Shop well for your Realtor, your lender and your home to assure you sleep well through the entire process.
Having a seller pay buyer closing costs is a commonly misunderstood process. The amount the seller pays on behalf of the buyer is a reduction in the amount the seller receives at closing. If an increased loan and offer price is involved, effectively the buyer is borrowing closing costs from the lender.
Our market has a very low inventory currently, a strong Realtor with great negotiation skills and a trusted team is essential for a smooth transaction and a fantastic Real Estate experience!
A good Agent can save you money, Also work with a lender who
can help you with your lending fees.
There are times a Buyer walked away with 0 closing cost and very low..down payment if any!
Austin Real Estate is Great!