Finding the home that’s right for you does not have to be complicated. Does the traditional MLS and bank financing system have you frustrated and losing faith in your ability to own a home?
Don’t be left out just because you’ve been rejected for traditional bank financing before.
Look, it does not make any sense to try and get you into a house you can’t afford. That’s why we look at your situation and help you determine the best purchase and financing options that fit your needs and your pocketbook.
In the times of the “housing bubble”, unscrupulous mortgage lenders put folks into homes that they could not really afford. The plan was that the home’s appreciation would allow the home buyer to pull out more money by refinancing after only a short time.
Well, that worked for a while, but when the bubble burst, scores of home owners were hit hard by the reality of payments they could not afford and mortgages that were much higher than the actual value of their homes.
Aside from giving the entire mortgage industry a bad reputation, these practices have done a lot of damage and are even the very reason why many home buyers today experience a lot of uncertainty and rejection.
At WiscoHouses we understand that your situation is unique and we believe that you deserve individual attention to find out which purchase and financing program is the best fit for you.
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