I suggest you get qualified now and then see how this fits into your current financial situation and then not knowing what prices and interest rates will be next year, consider which scenario is most comfortable for you. Best Regards, Toni Thomas RE/MAX Premier
I would suggest that you get qualified now and then just see if, after learning what you can qualify for, look at some homes that you can afford to purchase and then make a decision at that time. Is the price you can qualify for going to present you with a home that will support your needs now or would it be better to save up more. While you are in the process of saving a higher down payment is the price going up? I wonder where the interest rates will be next year. IT is hard to know! Good luck with your exciting adventure in home buying! Toni Thomas RE/MAX
I will do some investigation for you and get back to you. Thank you for your inquiry. Regards, Toni Thomas RE/MAX Premier
Since you are a Real Estate Company, It is my understanding that you have found the answer to your question. Best Regards, Toni Thomas RE/MAX Premier
Hi First Time Buyer, This is a difficult market for a first time buyer and yet if you have patience and have all of your information together, it is well worth the work. It may take several offers before you are a success. Interest Rates are great! Speak to an experienced Realtor to decide what is in your best interest. Regards, Toni Thomas RE/MAX
Hello First Time Buyer, It is difficult to purchase as a first time buyer today when competing with many all cash offers in today's market. With patience you can find a home. Of most importance is to be qualified with a letter from lender, pay stubs, evidence of down payment and be ready to move forward with all information necessary with your offer. Love to help you! Toni Thomas RE/MAX Premier
Oh Balboa Island, No place like it! Quaint, friendly and so beautiful. Walking around the island in the morning fog, afternoon sun, taking the ferry to the ocean side, walking Marine and browsing the shops and restaurants Fabulous! A great place to live. 321 Amethyst doesn't happen to show up on mls at all..any more details you can provide?
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New on Our BlogFannie Mae Makes Several Changes to Conforming Loans Thu, 05 Dec 2013 21:00:18 GMT by Shashank Shekhar In the recent release of its underwriting platform called Desktop Underwriting (DU in short), Fannie Mae has made several changes to Conforming loans guidelines. Let’s look at the highlights: No more 40 Year and Interest Only Loans – Fannie Mae has retired loans with amortization terms greater than 360 months, which means no more 40
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