0 Down Payment Does Your Home Qualify

Dated: 03/22/2014

Views: 3957

There are government programs that allow you to finance Your home purchase with 0 down payment. You will be surprised the area chosen are not necessarily depressed area. Many new home locations are eligible for 0 down payment financing. This is a program for everyone....not just veterans.

Unfortunately it is not in the large city core areas. but many of the surrounding communities do. There are many in the Miami Valley Ohio.
However not every home in these areas qualify so an exact address will be needed before we can positively confirm whether the home you are looking at will work.
Go to my website and register. Form there Look up the home in which you are interested. Then message me at DaytonHomesNOW@gmail.com. You will be emailed a report on whether your prospective home qualifies for $0 down financing. 
NOTE: This program is scheduled to change on October 1st so it would be wise to get a started on your home shopping.
Buyers link:  Joel.realtydayton.com
Sellers link:   Joel.realtydayton.com/sell.php
Blog author image

David Cooper

Real Estate Broker....

Latest Blog Posts

On Line Classes

 I have decide I am not an on- line class taking person. The motivation is for real difficult especially since nice weather is on the way. Speaking of weather Mother Nature has lost her cool

Read More

What Is Private Mortgage Insurance

What Is Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI)? When it comes to buying a home, whether it is your first time or your fifth, it is always important to know all the facts. With the large number of

Read More

This Current Market Has Much Potential And Upside For The Wise Investor

Let it grow let it snow let it grow! One of the best ways to grow your income is to buy investment properties! This current market has much potential and upside for the wise investor! however not

Read More

5 Reasons Home Ownership Makes Cents

5 Reasons Homeownership Makes ‘Cents’ The American Dream of homeownership is alive and well. Recent reports show that the US homeownership rate has rebounded from recent lows and

Read More