Buying a home isn’t for everybody. If you are not sure about your current job, marital status, or a host of other varibles, you may be better off just renting a bit longer until your life settles in. It may also be that you are self-employed and find it hard to obtain financing with all the changes in the mortgage market. Or, through no fault of your own, you may have lost your job and not been able to pay everything on time every month over the past years and now your credit score is hindering your ability to get a home mortgage.
For those that do not fit any of the above scenarios, but are still renting for whatever reason, you really should give serious consideration to home ownership. Read more here:
Rising costs are based on supply and demand. The cost of many materials used in the construction of new homes are increasing. The price of oil effects the cost of everything too, and we all see what is happening there. Good news for prospective home buyers – these rising costs have not been passed on to the consumer – YET!
But at some point they will be. If you don’t believe me, perhaps you can believe Warren Buffett:
First time home buyers can still purchase a new home with zero cash out of pocket. So can eligible Veterans when using a VA loan. And don’t forget, certain members of the US Military may still be eligible for last year’s $8000 tax credit! Here it is direct from the IRS website:
So get out there and explore your possibilities! It doesn’t cost anything to look. But it might cost you something if you don’t…on the first day of every month!
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Where are YOU going to be when the rent goes up? Why not in your very own brand new Ole South home?
Trey Lewis is a licensed Real Estate Broker in the State of Tennessee with Ole South Realty, 615.896.0019 direct 615.593.6340. Specializing in new home sales in the Greater Nashville area to include Nashville, Murfreesboro, Smyrna, and Spring Hill, Tennessee