Friday, July 27, 2012

Low Income Housing for Low Income Family

For so many months, my husband and I searched for properties from Orlando to West Palm Bay areas. Finding the good location, peaceful neighborhood, low crime rate areas, accessible to groceries and malls are some of the factors included in our wish list. It's hard to find a property that has these property features. In reality, we needed to sacrifice other wish list to a much practical necessities.

We actually scheduled to look for 48 houses in the span of 7 months, bid for 9 properties and when we are about to give up, we got a call from the realtor that the last bid we made was given a consideration when the buyer walkout. I believe that if it is meant to be, it will be granted smoothly because we got the property in 3 hours after the call. The processing went smoothly and in 1 week, payment made in cash and key was given to us. The next week, we started fixing minor stuffs such as painting and we moved in happy and contented.

Real estate and housing dived rock bottom and there are so many foreclosures everywhere we go. This is the right time to buy a property if you have none and have the savings in the bank. But, what if you lost your house to foreclosure and you have a bad credit? Does it mean you are doomed and your family will go homeless?

The answer is NO! There is a solution to your problem and if your income qualifies, you will be granted a low income housing. You can also avail a Rent to Own property and all you need to do is register to the Website to view the listings. There are options which you can choose depending of which you qualify such as public rental housing, privately-owned rental housing, and home buyer assistance programs.

It is actually your prerogative to give your family a descent home. Take advantage of this opportunity now. Visit the Website and click on the state where you live to find the housing list in your area. There are more than 50,000 available properties for low income families. Check it out now.

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