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|Subject: Re: Down Payment/First Time Homebuyer||Date: 4/12/2000 10:22 PM|
|Author: szarz||Number: 10603 of 127916|
Dude thanks for the advice. But you didn't answer my question.
My household income is 100,000 a year and our rent is currently $1,200. We
can afford a house we just don't have a big chunk for a down payment.
My question was can I get a loan as a first time homebuyer with 5% down and
what are the implications if I do?
Can you use your wit and knowledge to answer this and not condescend to me
like I am an idiot?
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