Spring Branch HUD Homes – 7917 Fawn Creek

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Address Map: 7917 Fawn Creek Dr., Spring Branch, TX, 78070

List Price: $184,600   (Tax Value: $206,150)

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 2

Square Feet: 1,770

Year Built: 2014

Lot Size: 2.04 Acres.

FHA Case# 514-030320

Property Disclosure

Property Condition Report

County Appraisal Link

HUD brought back the $100 down payment for owner/occupant buyers using an FHA Loan to buy their homes.

HUD will pay up to 3% of your closing costs if you’re an owner occupant buyer. There have been some huge savings on HUD Homes lately, so if you are looking for a home to live in or some houses to pick up as an investor now is the time to buy. All HUD Homes are time sensitive so you need to call me as soon as possible to discuss your buying options. Did you know that on some HUD Homes, HUD will loan you money to do repairs? Take a look at the video and see what you think or search my webpage for other Texas HUD homes in your area. It’s as easy as entering a Zip code in the “Search Site” space on the website.

HUD Home Listing Link

(if the home does not appear on the link, it may be under contract)

**  Depending on when you see this video this home (or others on this website) may be Sold, Active, or Pending.  To find out the current status please contact me via phone or email. I would love to earn your business.

Jonathan de la Garza – Texas Broker

210-706-0616

** Lot size, tax value or county appraisal figures, and all data are acquired from each county appraisal district website and should be verified by you for accuracy

2 Replies to “Spring Branch HUD Homes – 7917 Fawn Creek”

  1. I am a single mother with a 7 year old and would like to stay in the area. I am renting a room right now from someone and this would be walking distance from their home assembly because I do not have a vehicle at this time however my question is I know I won’t qualify for this how long is this hundred-dollar deposit program going to be working because right now I only owe $0.67 left on my child support which was like over $3,000 on my credit report and that can be removed I have a credit repair company I started working with last month that is supposed to be fixing stuff and they said most people don’t need help Beyond 6 months afford their credit is good enough to qualify for things of this nature. so I’m not sure how or where I would have pain funding or how high could you please explain more about this to me or the process I’ve never bought home before I’ve only always rented and I’m trying to get things straightened up my old man left and so I live on disability right now and I only get $694 a month and they take $10 a month out from my bank account so really 684 is technically my amount of income from SSI. I guess I’ve been thinking about getting a home of our own so much lately because I’m tired of bouncing from place to place that I’m confused I don’t I don’t even know where to begin when I’m old enough to know but life just hasn’t taken me down those roads so any information you could possibly help me with I would appreciate or any information as far as what to strive for in correcting my credit what I’m looking for needing as far as utilizing the HUD program eventually if I can’t do it right now would be sincerely appreciated I hope this made sense cuz I feel like I was rambling LOL have a blessed day and thank you for responding with with your video link

    • Hello Tonya,
      The best advice I can give you is to get with a lender and see what they will approve you for. Maybe start with your bank, since they will likely have all of your information already. If they approve you then we can start looking at some homes. I hope that helps.

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