The Finch Formerly Known As Gold

24 November 2003

Imagine the interest

So what kind of real estate market did I enter? As of the 16th, one local expert (not The Expert) was saying this:

November trends have shown that NW Oklahoma City sales are steady and predictable. The low interest rates, first time bond money loans, and 100% down conventional financing are keeping the lower prices ranges strong in sales, especially homes that are updated.

It seems to me that if you put down 100%, you don't need much in the way of financing at all, conventional or otherwise.

Not that this is an option for poor shlubs like yours truly, unless we want to live in a tool shed.

Posted at 9:46 PM to Surlywood


Say, Chuck.. When are you gonna be moving again? I found out on Sunday I may be doing something Friday, but I won't know until Thursday. This being Monday, and I don't work until Saturday, there's still Tuesday and Wednesday for you to lemme know. (see how they run)

Posted by: Terkish Payne at 10:14 PM on 24 November 2003

We were tentatively scheduled for Friday, but there's a certain amount of slop built into the schedule.

Posted by: CGHill at 3:35 AM on 25 November 2003

Ok, I'll be sure to keep the wampster posted, and all that hoohah.. Reminds me, I have a phone call to make.

Posted by: Terkish Payne at 9:30 AM on 25 November 2003

I think they meant 0 down 100% financing which has allowed a goodly number to buy homes who couldn't previously.

Posted by: ms7168 at 9:59 AM on 25 November 2003