How much is a down payment?
Chuck is working with some great clients who thought they couldn’t buy a home right now because they didn’t have “enough” saved for a down payment. Instead of just saying “ok” – Chuck asked them how much they thought they needed for a down payment.
How much do you think you need for a down payment?
The answer is, it depends. It depends on the town you are buying in, the price range you are buying in, and whether you are going to live in the home or be a landlord.
Let’s just talk about what we call “owner occupied” buyers (this simply means you are going to live in the home you are purchasing).
So, in Post Falls, Idaho – here’s the deal – there are some fantastic zero-down loans available. This means, you would only have to bring $500 OR LESS to the closing table.
I want to shout from the rooftops about a gorgeous brand new home in the Montrose Neighborhood for only $500 out of pocket, or a lovely 4 bedroom home in the waterfront neighborhood of Riverside Harbor or even the great 3 bedroom home in the Prairie Ridge neighborhood.
Did you know that the #1 reason renters don’t (or think they can’t) buy is because of the “down-payment” hurdle?
Do you think you can come up with $500 to buy a home?
Connect with us so we can talk about how and when we can get you into a home. Stop funding your landlords retirement, pay for your own home!
Call, text or email today! 208-819-2964 or Chuck@NorthIdahoDreamTeam.com
Here’s another home that qualifies for the Post Falls “zero-down” program: