Buying a Home

Buying A Home

Prequalification Basics: Up close and candid consultation
Real estate is that sector that pits the privileged homeowners and those who pay the rent. Now with USDA Loan Direct, it is possible to reverse the demographics and own property. We are taking the usual burden off your shoulder by ensuring that you suffer neither credit score confusion nor the push to purchase a home that is beyond your means. The close-knit consultancy of our professional agents is sufficient to help you through the bank approval process, before finally drawing a deal that will be exceptional in terms of fixed installments, minimal rates, no deposit and the ability to stay wherever, whenever.
Afraid of having to part with cash just to find out about properties?  Not at USDA Loans Direct. Our consultation is free for all.

The Neighborhood tour

It might be just that aura of serenity that comes with rural homes or that enterprising atmosphere of small town America that turns the imagination. Be it as it may, there are homes right all over America, each with either of the above appeals to showcase. It might be that a condominium strikes as highly suitable for the businessman with a family. Which better place to live in then than in Norfolk where the facilities are in par with the good but fast-paced life of a condo surrounding? For the original home geeks who live in the discovery spirit of the classic American cry of ‘Westward Ho!’, then scouring through developing neighborhoods where new buildings are the in-thing would find an answer in Suffolk.

There are usually two parameters that guide our neighborhood tours: space and housing design. Spatial parameters are considerable in metropolitan homes, where we advise on selecting with space in mind, whereas for designate housing, we recommend the town homes that come with self-contained amenities and that need no revamping.

Hitting on the right Home

Maybe now you are thinking things mortgage, or scratching the head about a beautiful house you saw but cannot afford. At USDA, we think hectares, surveying, mapping, feasibility, building and even freestanding homes. We act in the interest of the customer’s wishes and even try to stretch his or her imagination further to see homes as not just finished structures that demand high mortgage, but as budding structures that they can build on their own square feet of personal land. This is why we follow closely and guide on the existing land and housing requirements that clients need and if these cannot be available immediately, we draw an economical blueprint on how they can construct their own!

Sealing the deal ergonomically

Ergonomic concerns about building design also stretch to the housing sphere when working with us. We ensure that the design, land and budget parameters all reflect the payment plan that we provide for our customers. We even go further to improve these ergonomics by recommending contractors to carry the process of building homes that meet individual living expectations, in a budget-worthy manner.

Normally, we do not need deposits like the Federal Housing Administration’s loan scheme demands. Our guideline is the feasibility of the project before casting the spotlight on the customer’s exact ability to meet the easy, fixed-installment, payment needs.