Portland, OR (PRWEB) July 25, 2010
Finally great news for first time home buyers who don’t have a lot of money for a down payment! To qualify for Fannie Mae’s HomePath financing home buyers need only a down payment of at least 3 percent. This can be in the form of savings or a gift card. Credit scores must be at least 660. There is no mortgage insurance fee and there are no appraisal fees. Thank you to Fannie Mae for helping others get a start on their first home.
The Fannie Mae loans are available for homes that will be a buyer's primary residence and offer the benefits of financing to fund the purchase and light renovation. Quoting the Oregonian newspaper “The HomePath program also includes a renovation mortgage component similar to FHA’s 203K loan. Both provide owner-occupants with the cash to purchase and rehabilitate a property all in one loan.”
This is where Dan Zeck, general contractor, comes in. Zeck, owner of Accent On Design Investments and general contractor, has had 30 years of experience in the carpentry industry. “It’s incredibly rewarding to be able to help a family turn a house into a home,” says Zeck. Don has owned more than 15 homes in the Portland Metro area and has completely renovated most of them. Zeck's work can be viewed at the company web site http://www.AccentOnDesignInvestments.com.
“After contacting several contractors, I chose to hire Accent On Design. They were professional, on time and very knowledgeable. Finding a reliable, licensed contractor with solid experience can be tough. Accent On Design did a great job, and I would highly recommend them.” Tony H.
Don Zeck has two employees and word of mouth referrals have kept the three men busy. His carpenters and handymen are skilled craftsman. Accent On Design is fully licensed, bonded, and insured. This company has remodeled everything from adding security doors and changing locks to kitchen and bath remodels.
Don has great vision when it comes to remodeling, and understands that costs are an issue in helping the first time home buyers renovate their new home. Contact Accent On Design Investments for renovations, large or small.