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Is anyone willing to owner finance a 2,000 square ft home with low a down payment?

  • July 16 2013 - Round Rock
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How low of a down payment are you looking for ?  if it is equal to a months rent and a security deposit.  Lots of luck.  If you are looking to get thousands in income tax deductions each year, any owner willing to finance is looking for more of a down payment before turning their house over to you.

  • August 25 2013
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I have a beautiful house in the Hardyville/Hartfield area of Virginia. I would consider a 10% down payment provided your credit is good. The address is 49 Chick Cove Dr. Hardyville,VA 23070. The monthly interest would be the going rate that banks charge. The bonus is no "Mortgage Insurance" which would be a great savings to any buyer.  
  • July 16 2013
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Is there a reason you are looking for owner financing rather that traditional financing?

Plan on a large down payment (at least 20%)
Plan on interest rates at least 2x and probably 3x market rates.



  • July 16 2013
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