First Time Home Buyers Real Estate

    Why Rent When You Can Own Your Own Home For Less Than Your Monthly Rent Payment With As Little As $1,000 Down Payment.

    Majority people often don’t imagine buying a home for lack of down payment and closing costs related to acquiring a mortgage. Some people are concerned about not having enough credit or bad credit and for these reasons, they automatically assume to be unqualified candidates for purchasing a home. Unfortunately, most people with these assumptions continue to enrich their landlords and put themselves through the stigma of financial hardship.

    Per National Low Income Housing Coalition article published on 02/28/2019:
    “Across Minnesota, there is a shortage of rental homes affordable and available to extremely low- income households (ELI), whose incomes are at or below the poverty guideline or 30% of their area median income (AMI). Many of these households are severely cost burdened, spending more than half of their income on housing. Severely cost burdened poor households are more likely than other renters to sacrifice other necessities like healthy food and healthcare to pay the rent, and to experience unstable housing situations like evictions.” Per the article published by Minneapolis Sound on April 8, 2019, both city official of Minneapolis and St. Paul saying that the Twin Cities are in an affordable housing crisis.

    Time to start looking out for your best interest, and stop enriching your landlords.
    Start building equity towards financial freedom.

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    Terms may not be available for every borrower on several factors including, but not limited to: Credit History, FICO Score, and stability of income and borrower assets. All borrowers are subject to underwriting review. This is not an offer to enter into a rate lock pursuant to MN Statute 47.206. This is not to be construed as a mortgage loan approval. Terms are subject to change without notice.