1343 E Woodland St, Springfield MO | Sneak Peek

“Sneak Peek” of this single-family residential home located at 1343 E. Woodland St, Springfield MO 65804. This home features 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 car attached garage, set on a corner lot, including a newer Carrier HVAC energy star rated system, newer hot water heater, covered front porch, private fenced in backyard, rear deck, spacious bedrooms, large eat in kitchen with breakfast bar, also featuring a fireplace in kitchen. Many excellent Schools nearby, also just a short distance to great shopping at Battlefield Mall. Continue reading

What is a HUD Owned Home?

A HUD home is when a government-insured loan (FHA) gets foreclosed and the Federal Housing and Urban Development pays the defaulted loan off, and then puts the home on the market. Many people are interested in buying HUD owned houses because of a possible low market value of the home. Continue reading

925 W Mount Vernon St, Springfield MO | HUD Home | Sneak Peek

“Sneak Peek” of this Single-Family HUD Home located at 925 W Mount Vernon St, Springfield, MO. This HUD home is in the West Central neighborhood of Springfield, MO 65806 and  has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, and is approximately 924 square feet and was built in 1907. Nearby schools include, Campbell Elementary, Central High, and Jarrett Middle.

For more information on this home please contact Realty Executives By Realty Choice at 417-881-5656


 

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Tips for Millennials Buying Real Estate with Meager Savings

Millennials desperately want to buy Springfield MO real estate, but severely underestimate what they need for a down payment on a home. According to Apartment List data and an article by CNBC, people in their 20s and 30s are not buying homes in droves simply because they don’t have the down payment money and credit. Eighty-percent of young people said they want to own homes. Yet, 68 percent have less than half the money saved for a down payment. Another 44 percent have absolutely nothing saved for a down payment on a home. Continue reading