Strong Blocks Rent to Own Milwaukee Program

If you think home ownership is beyond your grasp, think again. Many prospective home buyers continue to rent year after year because they believe they have no other options. That's because they've been told all the reasons they can never hope to qualify for home ownership. If you find yourself in that situation, it may be because you've been given misinformation about building credit for home mortgage qualification.

Here are 9 of the most common myths about qualifying for home mortgage financing:

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Topics: Credit, Buying a Home

Many of us dream of someday being able to own a home. However, the process of purchasing a home can be complex and intimidating for most buyers. If you're interested in becoming a first-time homeowner but are feeling unsure of how to make it happen, we're here to help. By following some simple steps, you can get the ball rolling on your first home search in Milwaukee.

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Topics: Rent to Own

Owning a home is part of the American dream, and for many Milwaukee residents it is at least $100 a month cheaper to own then it is to rent. Owning a home gets rid of the frustration of when your landlord won’t fix anything and can be the answer to the question “How can I offer stability for my child?”  But what do you do if you’re unable to qualify for an affordable mortgage loan?  The solution could be to enter a rent-to-own program to achieve homeownership.  But how do you rent-to-own in Milwaukee, the right way?

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Topics: Rent to Own, Buying a Home

If you are like one of the many aspiring homeowners out there, you have been dreaming of the day you will finally have a place to call your own. But about a purchasers are denied for a mortgage after application or are so worried about getting denied, they never apply. If done right, rent to own can make the home buying process easier for buyers who are unable to get approved for an affordable mortgage right away.

But where should you start? And how do you know the rent to own opportunity you have is legit...

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Topics: Rent to Own, Buying a Home, Homebuyer Education

I grew up on 41st Street between Clark and Wright, in the Sherman Park neighborhood. Driving by my old house the other day reminded me why we do what we do. It was not familiar. At first I thought this was because the brush was overgrown outside, the cedar shake had barely any paint left, and the roof was failing. It was generally neglected in terms of maintenance, and not how my family kept it.

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Topics: Neighborhood Revitalization

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