You should speak with a lending institution to see what you qualify for. Any good realtor should be able to give you some preferred contacts. Good Luck.
Congratulations on wanting more for you and your children. Your first step should be to speak with a lender. You can get a realtor first and they will assist or you can go thru you financial institution. During this pre-approval process, your credit report will be evaluated and you'll be advised if they want to see any movement, ie payoffs or inquiries. I would love to help you and your family. Good Luck....
You do not not need to be a realtor to list your home. However, if you want it listed in the MLS, then you will have to solicit the assistance of a licensed realtor. It is proven that homes listed on the MLS sell faster than homes that are For Sale by Owners. Good Luck!
Wow...congrats on being ready to purchase a home at 18. You first will need to get pre-approved if not paying cash. Most realtors have preferred lender they use, or you can start with your own financial institution.
Any realtor can assist you. However, make sure the realtor you choose really explains what the concept of rent to own really means and what you will pay for this convenience.
You should start by finding a realtor to represent you. This should be inclusive of you signing a Buyer Representation Agreement. This way, you have someone looking out for your best interest and not the best interest of the seller.
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