[:en]Buying A Home Can Be SCARY… Until You Know The FACTS! [INFOGRAPHIC][:es]¡Comprar una casa puede ser aterrador… hasta que usted conoce la REALIDAD! [INFOGRAFíA][:]

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Some Highlights:

  • 36% of Americans think they need a 20% down payment to buy a home. 44% of Millennials who purchased a home this year have put down less than 10%.
  • 71% of loan applications were approved last month
  • The average credit score of approved loans was 723 in September (the lowest recorded score since Ellie Mae began tracking in August 2011).
[:es]¡Comprar una casa puede ser aterrador… hasta que usted conoce la REALIDAD! [INFOGRAFíA] | Simplifying The Market

Algunos aspectos destacados:

  • 36 % de los estadounidenses piensan que necesitan una cuota inicial del 20 % para comprar una casa. 44 % de los ‘millennials’ que compraron una casa este año dieron una cuota inicial de menos del 10 %.
  • 71 % de las solicitudes de préstamos fueron aprobadas el mes pasado
  • El promedio del puntaje de crédito en los préstamos aprobados fue de 723 en septiembre (el registro más bajo del puntaje desde que Ellie Mae comenzó a hacer seguimiento en agosto 2011)
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[:en]Buying A Home Can Be SCARY… Until You Know The FACTS! [INFOGRAPHIC][:es]¡Comprar una casa puede ser aterrador… hasta que usted conoce la REALIDAD! [INFOGRAFíA][:]

[:en]   Some Highlights: 36% of Americans think they need a 20% down payment to buy a home. 44% of Millennials who purchased a home this year have put down less than 10%. 71% of loan applications were approved last month The average credit score of approved loans was 723 in September (the lowest recorded ...

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[:en]Buying A Home Can Be SCARY… Until You Know The FACTS! [INFOGRAPHIC][:es]¡Comprar una casa puede ser aterrador… hasta que usted conoce la REALIDAD! [INFOGRAFíA][:]

[:en]Buying A Home Can Be SCARY... Until You Know The FACTS! [INFOGRAPHIC] | Simplifying The Market

 

Some Highlights:

  • 36% of Americans think they need a 20% down payment to buy a home. 44% of Millennials who purchased a home this year have put down less than 10%.
  • 71% of loan applications were approved last month
  • The average credit score of approved loans was 723 in September (the lowest recorded score since Ellie Mae began tracking in August 2011).

[:es]¡Comprar una casa puede ser aterrador… hasta que usted conoce la REALIDAD! [INFOGRAFíA] | Simplifying The Market

Algunos aspectos destacados:

  • 36 % de los estadounidenses piensan que necesitan una cuota inicial del 20 % para comprar una casa. 44 % de los ‘millennials’ que compraron una casa este año dieron una cuota inicial de menos del 10 %.
  • 71 % de las solicitudes de préstamos fueron aprobadas el mes pasado
  • El promedio del puntaje de crédito en los préstamos aprobados fue de 723 en septiembre (el registro más bajo del puntaje desde que Ellie Mae comenzó a hacer seguimiento en agosto 2011)

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[:en]Buying A Home Can Be SCARY… Until You Know The FACTS! [INFOGRAPHIC][:es]¡Comprar una casa puede ser aterrador… hasta que usted conoce la REALIDAD! [INFOGRAFíA][:]

[:en]   Some Highlights: 36% of Americans think they need a 20% down payment to buy a home. 44% of Millennials who purchased a home this year have put down less than 10%. 71% of loan applications were approved last month The average credit score of approved loans was 723 in September (the lowest recorded ...

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