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[:en]Slaying Myths About Buying A Home [INFOGRAPHIC] | Simplifying The Market

Some Highlights:

  • Interest Rates are still below historic numbers.
  • 88% of property managers raised their rent in the last 12 months!
  • Credit score requirements to be approved for a mortgage continue to fall. The 723 average score is the lowest since Ellie Mae began reporting on scores in August 2011.
  • The average first-time home buyer down payment was 6% in 2015 according to NAR.
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Destruyendo los mitos sobre la compra de una casa [INFOGRAFíA] | Simplifying The Market

Algunos aspectos destacados:

  • Las tasas de interés aún están por debajo de los números históricos.
  • ¡88 % de los administradores de propiedades aumentaron sus alquileres en los últimos 12 meses!
  • Los requisitos del puntaje del crédito para ser aprobado para una hipoteca siguen cayendo. El promedio del puntaje de 723 es el más bajo desde que Ellie Mae empezó a informar los resultados en agosto de 2011.
  • El promedio de la cuota inicial de los compradores de casa por primera vez fue de 6 % en 2015 según NAR.
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[:en]Slaying Myths About Buying A Home [INFOGRAPHIC][:es]Destruyendo los mitos sobre la compra de una casa [INFOGRAFíA] [:]

[:en] Some Highlights: Interest Rates are still below historic numbers. 88% of property managers raised their rent in the last 12 months! Credit score requirements to be approved for a mortgage continue to fall. The 723 average score is the lowest since Ellie Mae began reporting on scores in August 2011. The average first-time home ...

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[:en]Slaying Myths About Buying A Home [INFOGRAPHIC][:es]Destruyendo los mitos sobre la compra de una casa [INFOGRAFíA] [:]

[:en]Slaying Myths About Buying A Home [INFOGRAPHIC] | Simplifying The Market

Some Highlights:

  • Interest Rates are still below historic numbers.
  • 88% of property managers raised their rent in the last 12 months!
  • Credit score requirements to be approved for a mortgage continue to fall. The 723 average score is the lowest since Ellie Mae began reporting on scores in August 2011.
  • The average first-time home buyer down payment was 6% in 2015 according to NAR.

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Destruyendo los mitos sobre la compra de una casa [INFOGRAFíA] | Simplifying The Market

Algunos aspectos destacados:

  • Las tasas de interés aún están por debajo de los números históricos.
  • ¡88 % de los administradores de propiedades aumentaron sus alquileres en los últimos 12 meses!
  • Los requisitos del puntaje del crédito para ser aprobado para una hipoteca siguen cayendo. El promedio del puntaje de 723 es el más bajo desde que Ellie Mae empezó a informar los resultados en agosto de 2011.
  • El promedio de la cuota inicial de los compradores de casa por primera vez fue de 6 % en 2015 según NAR.

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[:en]Slaying Myths About Buying A Home [INFOGRAPHIC][:es]Destruyendo los mitos sobre la compra de una casa [INFOGRAFíA] [:]

[:en] Some Highlights: Interest Rates are still below historic numbers. 88% of property managers raised their rent in the last 12 months! Credit score requirements to be approved for a mortgage continue to fall. The 723 average score is the lowest since Ellie Mae began reporting on scores in August 2011. The average first-time home ...

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