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New homebuyer - how stupid is it to buy with 0 down? : RealEstate
I am on the Neighbourhood House Council and we recently had a meeting with an estate agent who for the first times wants to inform house purchasers how it is possible to buy a house without a large down payment. Says that if your credibility is 640 or higher, he can sufficiently first secured home buyer subsidies and work with vendors to pay the closure cost himself, so the only thing purchasers have to worry about is the mortgages.
Most of the houses I look at on Zillow are valued at an increase in value of about 5% per year. My comprehension is that the markets are unlikely to compensate for at least another 5 years. I could hire all three rooms for at least $400/mo with rents that are what they are in this town, and that's when I hire out to mates.
At the moment I'm spending $375+ for a 2 person room in the apartment, so it's difficult to assess the cost of renting. However, Marktzins is higher muuuuch muuuch - I work as a welfare man who finds folks who find apartments and if they can't lease off scraigslist, they are happy to find a single Bed for $900.
This " cheap " residential options list the prices for a bed room at 1.100 $/Mo. Admittedly, these entities do not demand that you divide with your roommates, but you get the mismatch. I am sure on the letting property as long as I can remain relatively happy and hire with my friends in my community but even with this recent move I have been preparing to spend about $650/mon to be able to live in a room with others.
I am 27 years old and my aim was to buy until I was 35 years old, but could I build up my own capital during this age?