Please, contact a mortgage specialist directly, and they will best be able to accurately answer this question.
Anthony Tuason, Mortgage Loan Officer
You are asking a great initial question. Understanding what you can afford before you begin a search for a home is the perfect place to start. Your best answer will come f ... more
The first-time homebuyer's credit expired last June 30th. To qualify, you had to have a contract on a home by April 30, 2010 and the sale needed to close by June 30, ... more
In order to determine what you can comfortably afford to purchase; you first should speak with a mortgage broker or banker as they can then give you a pre-qualific ... more
I would interview at least 3 Real Estate agents and see what they have to offer you. Ask them about their track record and their knowledge about your specific area. Select ... more
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There is a $5,000 seller subsidy in DC for first time home buyers.
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What makes you think the home won't qualify?
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