If i take a loan out with the bank for a condo, that means that i dont have to put any down right?

If i take a loan out with the bank for a condo, that means that i dont have to put any down right? Topic: Meaning of underwriting a loan
June 17, 2019 / By Anna
Question: i want to buy a condo so i was thinking about taking out a loan, and paying off the whole thing which means that i dont need any down right?? also, lets say the condo costs 150,000 what else do i have to pay?? and what are some requirements for getting one?? any help please i appreciate all answers very helpful what if i were to just get a loan then for just the downpayment... would that be good to do it like that thanks again
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Windsor Windsor | 2 days ago
If you go to the bank for a loan they are gonna want to know what you are putting up a collateral. That is the first question.When you tell your bank that you are purchasing a condo then the you start with the procedures of financing a property. First of all most banks will only lend up to 80% of the appraised value of the property. So you would be required to come up with at least 20% of the value. Your immediate cost for the down payment in your value of the condo at $150,000 would be $30,000. Then there is the normal closing cost, which can be paid by the seller. There are other sources of procuring a mortgage loan and that is through a FHA underwritten mortgage loan. The down payment requirement is about 3.5%. Now the only way I can see this working with your bank is if you have sufficient funds so as you can get a signature loan based on assets you have in your bank. I hope this has been of some use to you, good luck. "FIGHT ON"
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Seymour Seymour
You'll have a hard time finding someone to finance your place 100%. The bank wants to know your property is a good risk & if you don't put anything down that means they own it 100%. If real estate prices go down even a tiny bit they've already lost money on you. Also, if you can't afford to put money down (I'm not saying you can't) then they have to wonder if you can afford to pay the mortgage. Nothing's free - if you didn't have to put money down or got a low payment, they make up for it in higher interest rates or longer terms. Those really mess you up in the long run. Buying your own place takes a lot of thought & research before committing to a loan. Don't get sucked in too quickly to deals that sound great.
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Nevan Nevan
You need to sit down with a local realtor Not a lot of lenders are doing 100% financing unless you have really amazing credit. Closing costs, comissions, title company, recording fees, insurance, home inspection....
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