Chances are you can totally buy a house for the same amount (or less!) you give your landlord every month. Here are some of your options:
Live in this triplex and let your tenants cover a huge part of the mortgage
Spacious home renovated less than four years ago
Spacious detached home on a large corner lot
Real-deal starter home with lots of updates
Not having thousands of dollars saved doesn't necessarily mean you can't buy a home.
If you can swing first, last and security deposit for a new lease, chances are your lender and agent can find a way for you to buy a home. From low-down payment loans, to grant programs, to financing your closing costs, there are a number of ways to buy without coughing up a lot of cash.
The Building Equity program aims to increase the rate of homeownership in Philadelphia by helping to provide equitable access for all, regardless of income or neighborhood. We provide eligible buyers up to $1,595 in reduced fees and commission rebate at closing.
Everything you need to know about buying a home. Our tutorials are available as a binge-worthy video series or easy-to-read articles.