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Post Cheap Homes For Sale   Wed Sep 08, 2010 1:47 pm

Cheap Homes

How To save Thousands

Buying Your Next House

You can save thousands of dollars on your next home.

How? By using dozens of little-known techniques.
Imagine finding the home of your dreams and then saving thousands of dollars when you buy it.Would you like that? Well that is exactly what you can do with theinformation in this book. In fact, when you know what to do, you save not only money, but precious time too.You Can Find Cheap Houses Or Make Any House CheaperWould you like to know where youcan get houses for under $50,000 in nice towns? You'll find examples ofsuch towns in Chapter Three. One of them has homes priced at under $30,000 right now. In Chapter Four, you'll learn exactly how to find your own ideal town with affordable housing.
A Note From The Author:In 2002 my wife Ana and Idrove around the country for seven weeks, looking at cheap homes forsale. We finally bought a beautiful pink house (full basement, garage,hardwood floors, sun room and more) in a wonderful mountain town inMontana. It cost $17,500, plus another $1,900 to fix the heater andupdate the bathroom (there is a photo further down).Though we later sold it fora profit, we loved that house, and the town too. In fact, during oursearch, we found many great towns with affordable homes, all over thecountry. Of course, inexpensive towns are nice, but not everyone canmove wherever they want, so I began to research how to buy a home forless wherever you live.There are more ways than you might think to savethousands of dollars buying a home. I took notes on the best of them asI discovered them. I wanted to share these valuable lessons, as well asour own home buying experience, with others.That's why I wrote the e-book "Cheap Homes - How To save Thousands Buying Your Next House."I know you'll enjoy reading it, and when you use the information in it,it will save you thousands of dollars. - - - Steve Gillman
Note: This ebook covers our own story and research on affordable towns and how to save money wherever you buy, But it cannot guarantee specific results.But I can guarantee that if you don't like what you see you can get youmoney back. Just let me know within eight weeks of purchase.Here is some of what you'll get when you buy the book: Great ways to find cheaper homes right where you live. The best places on the web to find cheap houses. Proven techniques you can use to negotiate a lower price on any home. Ways to save money on every step of the home-buying process.You can see the valuein information like this. I have revealed some of it in bits andpieces, through websites, articles, courses and newsletters. Here'swhat people have said about those:"You have some great information..." Terri A. "Interesting site on cheap homes!" Jody H "You have some great information on your website..." Amber S "Good finance article. Thanks for sending it..." Lorrie AThe information in the book isconcise and to-the-point. Any one of the 28 chapters could be "fluffedup" and sold as a $30 report, but if you buy it today you get the entire 28-chapter e-book for ... (used to be $27 - read on for a special offer.)What Else?

- I once saw someone buy a home for less than half the offering price.How do you get a deal like that? Make an offer, for starters, but firstread Chapter 11 for a powerful way to present a low offer.- You probably know that stainsaround a water heater may indicate leakage, but how do you remember the70 things you should look at in a house? Use the home-inspection checklist in Chapter 20.- What is the difference between a condo and a co-op? Which one should you probably stay away from? (Hint: one is real tough to finance.) You'll find out in Chapter 7.- Is your real estate agent a spy?If you casually mention that you could go a few thousand higher on youroffer, he may have a fiduciary responsibility to pass that comment onto the seller. Chapter 25 will clue you in to all the things agentsdon't want you to know.- Want to buy a really cheap home? You'll find a great fixer-upper formula detailed in Chapter 8. Don't even think about buying a fixer-upper until you read this.- Are you making a costly mistake? Some of the most common ones are listed in Chapter 27, with advice on how to correct or avoid them.- Why do your own home inspection? You should probably pay for a good home inspection, but if you do your own first, an inspection can save you thousands. Find out how in Chapter 13.- Save thousands on financing.A lower price is only one part of getting an inexpensive home. Theright financing might be the area where you can save the most. All ofSection Four is devoted to this.- What is the difference betweenan FHA 203(b) and an FHA 203(k) mortgage loan? With the latter you canborrow enough to buy the home and fix it up. Dozens of different loans are discussed in Chapter 17.- Why should you offer $161,850,instead of $162,000? It's a technique called "implied authority," andit is explained, along with many other powerful negotiating techniques, in Chapter 11.- Do you know how to lower your property taxes? This isn't always possible, but I'll show you what worked for me in Chapter 18.- You probably already know thatraising your deductible or dropping extra riders can lower yourinsurance premium. Learn the other ways to save on home owners insurance in Chapter 23.- Did you know you can save $750 or more on your FHA mortgage loan by completing a short educational program? This and many other ways to save money are covered in Chapter 28.- You know that better credit can save you thousands by qualifying you for lower interest rates, but do you know how to fix your credit report quickly? Learn how in Chapter 26.How inexpensive? We paid $17,500 for this home. That's me, my wife Ana,my mother and father. (Two bedrooms, one bathroom, sun room, largekitchen, hardwood floors throughout, full carpeted basement, garagewith opener, and four blocks from fishing, a public library, stores,bars, restaurants and a movie theater.)More!

From start to finish - you'll learn how to save money at every step: Why you need to be pre-approved, not just prequalified for a loan. Where the cheapest homes that meet your needs are in your town. What your housing options include. Specific negotiating techniques to use with the seller or his agent. The simple research that can save you a fortune. How to save on most of the closing costs. Twenty-five questions to ask your lender. What to ask a home inspector before hiring him. How moving the date of your closing can reduce the cash you'll need. A moving checklist, so you won't forget anything. How to keep from getting ripped off by contractors. No-doc versus low-doc loans. How to get the seller to pay the closing costs. How to continue saving money after you buy the home.Plus A Great Bonus If You Order Now!

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I pride myself on writingclearly and to-the-point, but lets face it - there is a lot to absorbin this package. How will you remember it all when you go to look atthose homes? With this printable, comprehensive home-buying checklist.More Than 200 Items On The List!Once you read through thematerial, just work your way through the checklist. It makes the bookthat much more valuable. It will refresh your memory, or you can referback to the e-book if you aren't clear on an item. Most importantly,you'll be sure you haven't forgotten any important money-saving steps.Ready To Save Thousands Of Dolllars?

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