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Which Home Loan is Right for Your Home? [Infographic]

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Don't Downplay the Down Payment [Infographic]

Here is a breakdown of the monthly payments for a 30-year fixed rate mortgage at 3.8% interest on a $250,000 home based on different down payment options.

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You’ve Saved Up A Down Payment, You’re Pre-Approved For A #Mortgage, You’ve Found A Place You Love. Now, HEADS UP! There’ll Be All Sorts Of Extra Fees and Charges Coming At You. With This Handy Chart You’ll Be Prepared For The Hidden Costs That Come With Buying A #Home. -Review Journal #HomeBuyingTips

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How to Save for a Down Payment [Infographic]

If you're wondering how to save for a down payment, here's how most people get the cash, as well as some ideas for other creative ways to get ready to buy!

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Funding the Down Payment For Multiple Properties

Looking for ways to fund the down payment on multiple properties? Check out my tips for alternative down payment sources and more!

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The 0% Down Payment Mortgage Option

The 0% Down Payment Mortgage Option - Not a lot of people know that the USDA has a home loan program, but it can mean buying a home with zero down payment, which was such a blessing for us!- An Exercise In Frugality

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"Why 20% Is The Ideal Down Payment On A Home"
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Why 20% Is The Ideal Down Payment On A Home

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I never understood why you shouldn't buy a house unless your planning on staying 5-10 years and have a 20% down payment. But now I do! Without a 20% down payment you will pay over 100k more in the long run (interest/fees, etc.) but most houses won't accumulate 100k in value until at least 5-10 years.

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How to Save for a Down Payment While Still Renting

How to Save for a Down Payment While Still Renting - If you live in an apartment, condo, or rental home, you know that saving for a down payment can be difficult when constantly paying rent every month. However, there are lots of ways that you can save. The first thing you need to do is change your mindset. You can save for a down payment!

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