I believe I answered this for you already, but just in case. Don't. They are not a good option for buyers. Most end up worse off than if they hadn't done it. Solve the iss ... more
Fall has been strong, here are the stats...
http://www.dabr.com/monthly-home-sales-releases-news-media-m ... more
Depending on what you are looking for there are very nice older homes in a few historic districts in Dayton for reasonable prices around $60,000. St Anne's Hill and the Huffm ... more
In the contract you will want to have your agent write in that your sale is contingent upon you finding a home of your own to purchase, and then you can do a dual closing. ... more
FEMA has been making a number of changes since last winter.
Currently, you should expect to pay the same premium the seller is paying. Tha ... more
As said below by Kim, there is more information that needs to be had. The majority of mortgage lenders don't allow for people to recieve a loan with a credit score under 600. ... more
I am a lender in the Dayton area. As stated below the low loan amounts can be a difficult task to get approved. The repair programs such as the 203K could be a viable op ... more
This is not the time t ... more
No matter how good your credit report is, any mortgage lender wants to know how much money you make to verify that you have the income to repay the mortgage.
Lenders ... more