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Have you found a neighborhood where you'd like to live but the only house for sale is a fixer-upper? Unsure what to do? You could:
In today's episode we're answering the question "What is a renovation mortgage loan?" so you can explain
Buying a house and making it a home used to mean you had to spend your nights and weekends doing DIY work, spending your earnings or using a credit card to pay for it all. Everyone calls it sweat equity. While DIY work can be rewarding and save you on labor costs, most of us are too busy to deal with it.
How do the home improvement loans "HomeStyle Renovation" and "FHA 203k" compare side by side? If you're searching out this answer, then you're already familiar with the idea of renovation mortgages. The video below compares these two well-known options for financing a fixer-upper home purchase (or refinance). After the video we'll also take a look at some of the facts in a chart for you, so you're well-equipped to make the right decision for your home buying situation. Download the Ultimate Guide to Renovation Loans here and learn more about all your renovation options.
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