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How Much Cash Do You Need To Buy A House?

Take Steps To Reduce Your Upfront Cash Requirement You’ve found the perfect home, and you want to know if you can get pre-approved for the mortgage. You make enough monthly income, but what about upfront costs? Even with a no-downpayment option like

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VIRGINIA: First-Time Homebuyer Savings Plans Pass Senate, Expected to Become Law

Our signature legislation for the 2014 session (which had passed the House of Delegates 99-0 on February 11), passed the Senate 39-1 and will go to Governor McAuliffe for his signature. It was a close call after some members of

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Some Mortgage Brokers Are Offering Closing-Cost Help

An article in the Washington Post explains how consumers shopping for mortgages may be offered “substantial credits” from mortgage brokers. Lenders, the article explains, may be able to offer similar help with closing costs, but do not always advertise the fact. This

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How To Buy A Home — From Households Budgets To Mortgage

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