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Julie, Home Buyer in Sun Groves, Chandler,...

what is the down payment?

Asked by Julie, Sun Groves, Chandler, AZ Wed Feb 20, 2013

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Julie,
It's $2850 deposit, $35 credit check and $2650 for first months rent. $35 with lease application, then $5500 for move in.

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Hello Julie, It is usually first, last and some type of security deposit. Do you need RENT vs BUY listings emailed to you to study and compare?

Do you have a BK or foreclosure in the last 2-3 years? If not, you may qualify to buy with a minimum 580 fico score and only half percent down payment which can contribute towards your closing costs as well. You can buy with minimum out of pocket expenses. It only takes a few dozen questions to qualify you in minutes...

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Down Payment, it is considered your required part of the investment. Loan will offer a percentage of the total value of a property and based on your credit, income and/or specific factors of your situation. The difference form what the lender/bank offers you, it becomes your "down payment". There are different programs for different "down payment" situations, the lowest (traditional lending) is 3%. You should consult with your Realtor, about specifics. Currently also there are several "Down Payment Assistance" programs to help you reduce your cash outlay.
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