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Thinking of Buying a Home? Ask Yourself These 3 Questions!

If you are debating purchasing a home right now, you are surely getting a lot of advice. Though your friends and family will have your best interest at heart, they may not be fully aware of your needs and what is currently happening in real estate. Let’s look at whether or not now is actually …

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Summer 2015 Buyer’s Guide

Have you been thinking about buying a home? The Keeping Current Matters Summer 2015 Buyer’s Guide is the perfect tool to get you started. Be sure to check out the KCM Summer 2015 Seller’s Guide coming soon! [button url=”https://neuserealty.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/Summer_2015_BuyersGuide.pdf” color=”primary” newtab=”1″ size=”large”]Summer 2015 Buyer’s Guide[/button] 

Freddie Mac’s New 3% Down Program

Today, Freddie Mac is scheduled to start buying mortgages with down payments of only three percent – the first time down payments have been this low on Freddie Mac loans in nearly five years. The program is called Freddie Mac Home Possible AdvantageSM. In a recent Executive Perspectives, Dave Lowman EVP, Single-Family Business Freddie Mac, …

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Breaking News: Fannie and Freddie formally announce 3% Down Programs

Yesterday, HousingWire reported that both Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac formally announced their 3% down options on home purchases. Fannie Mae’s plan will be effective December 13, 2014 while the Freddie Mac plan will be available March 23, 2015. The HW article quotes FHFA Director Mel Watt: “The new lending guidelines released today by Fannie …

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Rent Increases Expected to Continue through 2015

Neuse Realty passes along the predictions on rent levels going into next year: the good news here is for the landlords, but with interest rates rates continuing at record lows, anyone considering a home purchase has good news too! CNBC’s Diana Olick recently reported that rents in the residential housing sector continued to rise in …

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