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Elizabeth Ann Kline                Real Estate Agent in Springfield 22153 West Springfield 22152 - Burke 22015 - Fairfax County Virginia

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Everyone has a path to Home Ownership.

Did you know that most people can qualify for a loan and most people do not an need excellent credit score? The only way to know what you may qualify for is to ask!  Everyone has a path to Home Ownership. Stop renting and start owning your own home. I've worked with many First Time Home Buyers and would be happy to help you navigate the process of buying a home from beginning to end with ease.  Let's go home shopping!  Call me today at 703-829-5478 or message me here online.

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Have you ever thought about owning your home instead of renting someone else's?  Most First Time Homebuyers think they need to save up thousands of dollars for a substantial down payment.  But that may not be the case.  Ever heard of Down Payment Assistance Programs?  These programs may grant you the money for the down payment of your first home.  These types of grants are not required to be paid back.  They are free money and are available to assist with your first home down payment. In most cases, you could buy a home with less than what you pay for 1-2 months rent.  If you rent a house for 2 years at  $1900 per month, you're paying close to $50,000.00 to live.  Wouldn't it be smarter to be building equity with those payments?