How to Buy a House by Yvonne Aileen
Non-Fiction, Self-Help, How-to, Home Buying
Published: March 2021
Publisher: 800 Muses
Want to buy a house but don’t have a down payment and think you can’t qualify? Keep reading!
You’re not alone, and it’s not hopeless. Yes, rent keeps going up, making it difficult to save. And even though interest rates are great, housing prices keep ratcheting upward, moving further out of reach. And maybe your credit score could be better. It may feel like there’s a big clock ticking double-time and you’re starting to wonder if you’ll ever be able to afford your own home. But you don’t want to be shut out of the market. The best time to buy a house? Yesterday. Second best? Today. You need to take the right steps right now to get in the game.
Discover why not every lender is created equal, how to talk the language of real estate so you can converse on an even playing field. Discover the loan programs that offer no and low down payment options, favorable rates, and easy qualifying.
Authored by a 20-year real estate veteran and national instructor of real estate courses, How to Buy a House will show you:
Every step of the home buying process from question mark to keys
Relatively unknown mortgage loans that are super easy to get
How to get your down payment gifted to you
Why you should never take no from a lender as final
Why your credit score doesn’t matter as much as you’ve been told
Creative ways to find a house you can afford
Negotiation secrets that will save you thousands
A government program that lets certain buyers buy at a 50% discount with only $100 down
Soon you’ll know exactly how to get qualified, get help with financing, negotiate like a pro, and buy a house.
About The Author
Yvonne Aileen (YvonneAileenRealty.com) is a 20-year real estate broker with a passion for expanding homeownership opportunities for those who want it. It all started with a beach walk while living on Maui for two years: She noticed some trash near the entrance and was placing it in a bin when a voice behind her said, “Thank you.” She turned to see a car parked at the entrance that had in it two people: a man and a woman, each in their seats, blankets pulled up to their chins, and all of their worldly possessions in the back seat behind them. They were locals; they had slept in their car, they lived in their car, and yet half the homes on Maui were empty 10 months out of the year. That’s when Yvonne began to educate herself on buyer-friendly loan programs for low and moderate income people. She connected with financing experts, attended affordable housing summits, and finally decided to write a book about it to help more people. That book is How to Buy a House.