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Alpharetta Lease To Own

Lease To Buy In Alpharetta Milton GeorgiaAre you looking for a lease to purchase home in either the City of Alpharetta or Milton Georgia?

There may be a reason you are not ready to purchase a home in there area, before leasing to purchase. One reason may be that you do not yet qualify for a mortgage or that you are not completely sure where you want to live, since you are new to the area.

Alpharetta And Milton Lease To Own Properties In The Georgia MLS

A lease to purchase, is an option, rather you sign paper work to buy the property eventually, or choose to have an option to lease with an option not to purchase, in case you find that you want to move to another city of community.

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The Reserve At Providence Is Coming To Milton…

The Reserve At Providence Is Coming Soon To Milton and The Builder Is non other than
“The Providence Group”!

When there are home and real estate for sale in The Reserve At Providence,
you will see home for sale here

Located in the City of Milton these estate homes will be priced from the $600’s and resting on estate lots 1 acre+. It appears that there will only be 36 estates built in the neighborhood. When I receive more information on this community, I will be sure to update this Blog site.

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Location: Travel North on GA-400 to exit 9 (Haynes Bridge) headed towards Alpharetta. Turn Right on Haynes Bridge Road. Turn Left onto Haynes Bridge Road, Left onto GA-120 W/Old Milton Parkway, Right onto GA-9/S S Main St. Left onto Mayfield Rd. Right onto Providence Road. The Reserve at Providence will be on the left.

While waiting for homes to be available for sale in this community,
visit more new homes for sale in the City of Alpharetta and Milton GA here.

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What Credit Score Do I Need And How Much Money Down?

As a RE/MAX Real Estate Professional, I am often ask by a buyer looking for a home, How Much Down? What credit score do I need? Allow me to let you in on a best kept secret!

A Little Secret

There is a misconception out there that buyers need a substantial down payment in order to buy a home these days, due to tighter lending standards or because of the “housing crisis” back in 2010. You may be surprised to learn that you can still purchase a home for as little as 3% down, or in some cases, for no down payment whatsoever, if the home is in a USDA area. Down payment programs include 3%, 5%, 10% or the conventional 20%.

As for credit score, lenders look for a median score of approximately 640. Factors also include annual income, job history and derogatory credit items. Even if you may have a foreclosure or short sale in your history, you may still qualify for a mortgage if it has been longer than 36 months and you have been current on all of your credit obligations.

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