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100% Financing in Paulsboro and Billingsport, NJ

100% Financing in Paulsboro, Billingsport, NJ

Paulsboro and Billingsport Mortgage - Steve KappreThere are 100% financing options available in this current market. 100% financing is available to everyone, not just first time buyers. And the rates are great, often the same rate as a conventional or FHA mortgages, sometimes even lower.

There are additional benefits to this 100% financing loan, including the option to have the seller pay some or even all of your closing costs. In a typical purchase transaction, one that is negotiated and structured by a good Realtor and mortgage professional, you will end up needing little money when all is said and done.

Some Things to Expect

There are some items that you will have to pay for upfront, and these typically include: An appraisal (@$350), a deposit when you come to terms regarding a purchase price on a home (@$500-$3,000+), a pest inspection (@$55), and a home inspection (@$300-$400) if you choose to have one. So estimate to need at least $900 of your own money to start.

If structured well and there are no surprises, you can actually go to settlement and get most or all of your money back. It isn't magic - you just need to work with well experienced professionals. If you are looking to buy a home in the South Jersey area of Paulsboro or Billingsport, NJ, feel free to contact Steve Kappre by e-mail, phone, or text.


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Steve Kappre is a Mortgage Planner and lends in all 50 states, locally serving South Jersey’s Gloucester, Camden, and Salem County. Steve specializes in;

• All areas concerning First-Time Home Buyer Mortgages, grants, down payment assistance, police and fire loans, rehab loans, and more.

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• Equity Management strategies for high-end homes and high net worth individuals.

Contact Steve Kappre directly at 856-419-3561 or at www.stevekappre.com

Comment balloon 0 commentsStephen Kappre • May 30 2009 10:35PM

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