House Buying Made Easy

Are you thinking about changing where you live? It doesn’t matter if you are finally ready to move out of your parents’ house or if you have been saving up money by renting, if you are ready then it’s time to start shopping.

Buying a home for the first time can be confusing and seem overwhelming. There are so many different steps, entities to contact, scams to avoid and finding the perfect place at the perfect price is never easy.

One thing that is easy, however, is getting the financing you need once you find the home you want, especially if you are a first-time buyer.

Educators has a new First-Time Homebuyer Program that will help you ease into the transition of owning a home if you haven’t completed the process by now.

To begin with, Educators is going to cover your closing costs. The price of the property is one thing, the fees associated with signing on the dotted line is another issue. Appraisals, the title, real estate agent fees, to name a few, can all be added to your final costs at closing. Educators wants to help offset some of those immediate expenditures.

The First-Time Homebuyer Program will also allow you to keep a little bit back as only a low down payment is required. That way, if you are short or if want to keep some in savings, you can.

Contact Educators today to get approved for your next dream home.

4 thoughts on “House Buying Made Easy

  1. Hello my name is Elmer Gillett and I have a question regarding your first time home buyer program. I was wondering what percentage of the home value do you guys look for the client (possibly me) to put down on the house. I know Wells Fargo states as little as 3%, so I am just wondering. Thank you very much for any assistance.

    1. Thank you very much Elmer, we are available at 262-886-5900 to look at this together with you and help provide an estimate for your home search.

  2. Hi, My name is Derrick. I am interested in buying a home. I have been renting for about 10 years now. I have good credit and I’m a member of the credit union. I have never purchased a home before so I really need guidance, someone to come in and talk with. Can you help me with this.

    1. Thank you for your message, we are available through live chat on ecu.com or over the phone at 262-886-5900 for any questions you might have.

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