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FHA 203k Projects: 7 Simple Fixes Uncovered

The FHA 203k option for home buyers covers a long list of home improvements, repairs, renovations and rehab projects. But when I came across this house, I saw 7 right away. Take a look.



So I conferred with Amerifirst Renovation Expert Joe Daly on my suspicions, and found that I nailed all 7 simple fixes on first glance. See if you can name them all... then download our free (no email required) fact sheet "7 Home Repairs or Improvements Financed by the FHA 203k" and see if you were right.




So, how did you do? My ideas were just examples. Maybe you found more, or saw a different way to fix the problem areas. Either way, The But Loan can rescue the "I would buy this house but" situation, and turn this home into your dream house. And the added cost to your monthly mortgage payment is only about $6 for every $1,000 worth of work done. If you'd like to learn more about this renovation mortgage option, download the free "The Ultimate Guide to Renovation Loans" at the button below!

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Let us know what you thought about the projects. Did you see more you would work on? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.

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