Posts Tagged ‘how to save for a downpayment’

3 Tips for Making Your Dream Home a Reality

Wednesday, December 27th, 2017

Is your goal for 2018 to buy your own dream home?  Here are three great tips to help you get there: Automate Your Down Payment Savings – Saving for a down payment is often one of the biggest barriers to homeownership cited in survey after survey. One way to jump start your savings is to […]

3 Questions most Buyers don’t know the answer to

Tuesday, July 19th, 2016

Whether you are considering the purchase of your first home or trading up to the home your family frequently fantasizes about, there are three crucial questions every buyer must know the answer to: What is the minimum down payment required to purchase a home? What is the minimum FICO score required to qualify for a mortgage? […]

How Long Will it Take to Save Up for a Down Payment on a Home?

Wednesday, April 20th, 2016

In a study conducted by Builder.com, researchers determined that nationwide, it would take “nearly eight years” for a first-time buyer to save enough for a down payment on their dream home. Depending on where you live, median rents, incomes and home prices all vary. By determining the percentage of income a renter spends on housing […]



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