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If you are a veteran you can get a loan with 100% financing using VA financing, but one thing to consider with the 100% financing scenario, when you submit your offers and you are competing against those that are coming in with money, you will hit walls.It is sad, but anyone coming in with money is going to have an advantage.As long as you have that in mind and are not real picky, you should be able to find a home that you will like.You may want to consider a newly built home. Many builders are bending over backwards to get people to buy. If you go this route, actually check any house you may consider, make sure you double, triple check the taxes playing in the background (Get it in writing, not by them verbally telling you with the famous 1.25%, I never have come across a home at 1.25%. Above and below, never 1.25%!). Check theMello-Roos, this tax can cause some people to loose a home in a heart beat and catches first time buyers by surprise all the time. Go with a direct lender... Separate the lender from the sales person... Have your agent be there during your first visit and have an agent that will walk the entire transaction with you, not one that checks you in and then walks off leaving you at the mercy of the sales person. Believe me, in most cases, the builder does NOTwant you to have representation. Ask yourself, why?
Yes, it is possible, but not everyone will qualify. The real question is, can I buy a home with no money down. For most California's, especially someone with enough income to buy in Rocklin, will not be able to qualify for the kind of assistance that will = a true 0 down purchase (unless of course you have VA eligibility). But you can also buy with very little down if you don't qualify for any of the programs that will get you to $0 down. There is a grant program in California that will allow you to buy with less than 1% down, which is pretty close to no money down, right now. Many of our clients, even buying in the Roseville/Rocklin area qualify under the income limits. Greg
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