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Have you ever wondered how to buy a house in Panama? When you think about it, buying a house is one of the biggest financial transactions that the majority of people will ever make. For this reason it is very important you know what to do and how to do it. There are many books on how to buy a house but in reality it is just common sense. There are not a tremendous amount of regulations and rules to follow and you should be able to purchase a house quite easily.
The first thing that you will need to know about purchasing a home is that you will need to strengthen your credit rating. If your FICO score range is 300 to 850 then you will qualify to purchase a home. A better interest rate is something that is very important because even a ½% interest on a 30 year mortgage can save you tens of thousands of dollars over the duration of the loan. There are many places where you can receive a free copy on how to view your credit report and what lenders are looking for.
To give you an example, if you have a credit score of 650 – 700 you will receive an average rate. A higher score than 700 will get you a preferred rate but a score below 650 could increase your interest rate. Once you understand everything about credit scores then it is time to move on to the next step. The next step will be to get a pre-approval for a loan that you will be able to afford. To help you know if you will be able to afford a particular mortgage you first will have to determine how much your monthly payments will be. Do not forget things such as home insurance, security, taxes, and other household expenses.