PRLog - Feb. 27, 2013 - WARREN, Ohio -- Homeownership remains one of the highest goals for many people because of its many benefits. Along with owning a home comes a sense of security and belonging that cannot be found elsewhere. For many, homeownership represents personal and financial success.
There is much personal satisfaction in living in a home that you own. A home is a valued investment that can have many financial advantages and tax benefits. The interest you pay on a home loan and the real estate taxes you pay on your home are among the few major federal tax deductions. Owning a home is the primary way most people build wealth.
Homeownership is also good for our communities, because families who own their homes are more involved in their communities and participate in local events.
Still, for many Americans, owning a home continues to remain just slightly out of reach. For more and more families, saving the money for a down payment is the biggest obstacle to homeownership. Many people mistakenly believe that you have to come up with a down payment equal to 20 percent of the price of a home.
Traditionally, lenders have required that home buyers be able to make a down payment of at least 20 percent of a home's purchase price to get a home loan or mortgage. Mortgage lenders, however, will grant home loans to qualifying home buyers with a down payment of as little as 3.5 percent of the purchase price if the mortgage is insured.
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