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  1. By the way just for thought…
    You could close a higher price with it including the closing costs, because the financing is 100% but they demand financing not to pay the closing costs, so if you raised the price by another $ 5000 then in fact the house price will include the closing costs the buyer did not pay them and neither did you…
    In any case, well done

  2. Great post and thanks for sharing! I had a similar case - it is known that in state-backed loans FHA Loans, which buys there 3.5 percent - but in military loans - VA Loans - the former military man does not put money out of his pocket at all - although he still of course has to pay the mortgage, so the price is still relevant - But in many cases the buyer will ask for help with closing expenses - what I do in such cases it increases the value of the property by the same percentage that the bank allows the buyer to receive closing expenses - meaning he gets that amount into the loan instead of out of pocket - in this case it does not matter to you That you get in your pocket is the same thing