Ronald Ginyard, Sr. can help if you are thinking of purchasing an abode.
Often, in Springfield, it’s cheaper for State-employees in 22150 to buy than to rent—especially if we pick up the money for settlement fees. When you work for the Department of State, one of the barriers to cross will be your closing costs. That’s true whether you’re reflecting on the thought of your own home like this detached at 7507 June St or any other detached like 7507 June St. But Nesbitt Realty has a (partial) solution: Nesbitt Realty can help with your cash at settlement.
But, precisely what does that mean? Think about it: if you allow Ronald Ginyard, Sr. to represent you as your agent when you buy a home like this mid-20th-century detached at 7507 June St, then Nesbitt Realty will pay a State Department buyer cash reward of $2,696 toward your money for settlement fees. It’s expected that details and restrictions apply. For instance, we can only pay this credit if your lender allows it.
Doesn’t it make sense to use our help if it’s there?
Ronald Ginyard, Sr. is a competent ace on real estate such as this detached at 7507 June St, and Ronald works for a small family-run brokerage. We’d love the opportunity to show you about why our clients rave about our service. On top of all that, Nesbitt Realty will pay a down-payment credit for State Department employees of $2,696 toward your cash at settlement. Please reach out to Ronald Ginyard, Sr. to learn more about our first-time buyer’s credit or 7507 June St or any.
Every day we meet people who are State Department transferring to Northern VA for the first time. We know that the move can be hectic under any circumstances, but we will do our best to help minimize the troubles you’ll face.