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Total past due 0, Late payments No, accounts past due 6 Years 0, Total balance of Your revolving accounts $0, Your mortgages None, Your installment loans $43,099, Total number of Accounts 14, Accounts with balances 3, Accounts opened in past year 1, Recent inquiries 4, Collections 2, Public Records 0
Is this even something I should be thinking about right now? If so, what should my next steps be to get the ball rolling? What kind of loan should I expect to be able to get? Is a 100% 30-year fixed a possibility? What about a 15-year? Should I have more saved before moving forward?
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saladdin69 wrote:Rent is not throwing money away. This is a myth that gets people into trouble.As a home owner you will have to pay the city tax (if in city limits), county tax, PMI, and insurance.How is renting throwing money away but paying a mortgage that is hundereds more not?saladdin
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Thank you Shane for your information, and thx you to the person asking this question!! Took the words right out of our mouths. It was very helpful for us as are new to the whole idea of buying a home. We have a seminar to attend,but its so helpful to have other info as well.
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