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How much money do I need to actually buy a home?

I'm not really talking about mortage payments and condo fees and everything that i pay every month, i'm just wondering what I need to acutally put down when I go to buy the house.

I've heard about closing costs and things, but how much do they usually run? How much do I pay my agent? etc. just basically, how much additional money does it take to buy a house (not including the monthly mortgage payments)?
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I sell REO low cost properties "as-is". You can be financed to own a newly foreclosed home if you can provide proof of income and supporting documentation.
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I am in need to buy a new foreclosed condo am international from egypt and i want to buy one and in cash can I ? but in Miami,Florida and i am studying here in the U.S can you help me or give me some offers ?

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Hey joseph I am interested on what you have to offer could you contact by email at forex1078@gmail.com thanks

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You can buy a house with 0% down and wrap your closing cost into the sales price of the home.

John O'Neal
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Oak Mortgage
NMLS # 143905
609-408-0568

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Hello Marissa Espinada,

My name is Misleidy Perez and I am an experience Mortgage Banker with Brazos National Bank. I see that you have especific questions that I would love to assist you with.

Please feel free to contact me at 817-349-1612

I look forward to hearing from you.

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Purchasing a house will require that you save some money to show lenders that you are financially stable and responsible. Decide what type of house you want and how much you can afford to pay. Banks usually agree for loans when you have a stable work history with at least two years at the same job. Lenders usually predict a buyer to have saved a down payment in the range of 20 to 30 percent. However, down payments might vary according to the area wise policies. You can check out the price with renowned developers like Albanese Builders who could fairly suggest the typical down payment required in the different locations of US.

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