Per your question on Trulia > I have a spotless rental history, "minimum wage" job, average credit, and no down payment. I'm tired of renting. Is it possible for me to own? I was looking into Rent2Own but from the looks of it, it's not worth the investment. I'm 23yrs old renting a room in a strangers house. I want to own my own place. I dont make enough to save for a large down payment. But, can I still own a home?
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Lynne Knapp, Realtor
ReMax Consultants Realty 1
Ft Lauderdale FL
You need to BUY NOW! Do whatever you can, whatever it takes to save and/or get a gift for down payment and BUY NOW!!!
Prices are going UP at a predicted 6% in 2013...or maybe moreâ€¦in South Florida as thereâ€™s an avalanche of buyers all over the country and all over the world that are getting off the fence and jumping in the market to buy up Florida Property!
Waiting can only mean higher prices!
$150,000 property today can cost up to $160,000 in 12 mo!
$200,000 property today can cost up to $212,000 in 12 mo!
$300,000 property today can cost up to $320,000 in 12 mo!
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First find a reliable eperienced ethical loan officer in your area. Important the lender and loan officer you choose have experience and offer the loans and assistance for first time home buyers. Also check out the assistance your state offers. Be sure that the information you rely on comes from a knowledgable source. Check out Your-Road-Home.com. You will find articles that will serve; Consutation Interviewing Loan Officers, Grants and Assistance for First Time Home Buyers, and check out article #8 and you will find a list of links to assistance in your state. The articles are numbered to help you read them in an order that will clarify a specific step by step process.
Read the financing section, check out your state, than interview loan officers. If you cannot buy now a good loan officer will lay out a timeline for you that will be the shortest route to your home.
Go after it! Dont let anyone discourage you will soon we living in your own home. Stephen Webber