Best bank/credit union to get a mortgage with zero % down for a house in union city, NJ?

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Want to buy a 200,000 house in NJ on a 75,000 a year budget with perfect credit- where can i get a loan with no money down and closing costs included? whats my best option?

how can i get a loan with ZERO down for a mortgage. I’m a student with no income and don’t even have a credit history. i need this house for living off campus.. i have found the house and its a huge house with 7 or 8 rooms and it costs about 50k. I will be renting it out while living in it and that’s how i expect to pay the mortgage. I already have everybody who will be renting the house out. The months of the year that they go home for break, i will be working full time to pay off the mortgage. what can i do?

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4 Comments
  1. Reply
    Craig T
    January 29, 2011 at 7:48 pm

    Lots of luck in this credit environment.

    Your best option is to find ways to save up a downpayment and then buy

  2. Reply
    Ed Atun
    January 29, 2011 at 7:53 pm

    The 100% loans disappeared 6 months ago. The new home builders have resurrected them. THe signs all say $ 500 total move-in. They are serious. RIght now you’d have to buy new to get your loan. In 6 months they will be back for all houses. Can you wait.

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    tkahrs12122
    January 29, 2011 at 8:14 pm

    There are no such mortgages anymore. New Jersey wants 20% down, credit score of 700. You need money for the Home Inspection, Title Search, Homeowners’ Insurance, Termite Inspection, Real Estate Lawyer, Sales Tax and registration fees.

    On your income saving for a down payment should not be hard.

  4. Reply
    bud68
    January 29, 2011 at 8:37 pm

    No income = no loan.
    No credit history = no loan.

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