This information is intended to explain to home buyers and Real Estate Agents all the possible solutions for appraisal required repairs. Everyone’s situation is different, so don’t hesitate to call and run the scenario buy us. Most of the time we can find a way to make it work and get the transaction closed. There shouldn’t be any transaction that falls apart because the lender can’t accommodate the repair situation. So, let’s address our options on these homes deemed un-financeable by other agents and lenders.
This is the preferred option because it typically costs the buyer little to no money, repairs are done prior to closing, and the property is re-inspected prior to closing. For bank-owned homes (foreclosures), often the bank will not do any work to the property. It can’t hurt to ask, however if the bank will not complete the repairs there are other options.
With this option, repairs are done after closing. Here’s how it works: More Details
With a renovation loan you can finance in both the appraiser required repairs and many other things you want to do to the home.
One of the biggest myths out there is that you need a bunch of money to buy a house. That’s simply not true. There are a number of No and Low down payment options for home buyers. On top of that you don’t have to be a first time home buyer to access many of those programs. During our next lunch and learn we will cover all the different options out there for buyers looking to minimize their down payment. Over the last couple years its been harder to get a lot of these types of offers accepted. However, with the market going back to a much more “normal” state it’s not nearly as hard as it was just a few short months ago. This is the perfect time for Realtors to reconnect with their past customers and get back out there looking. Come check out this lunch and learn and get a refresh course on low down payment options for buyers!
Here is a list of some of the things we will cover during the event:Visit Jeremy's Blog