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· 22% of renters and 31% of homeowners believe lenders require 20% or more of a home’s sale price as a down payment for a typical mortgage today. And, “If a 20% down payment was required, 70% of those who were planning to buy a home in the next three years said it would delay them from purchasing and nearly 30% indicated they would never be able to afford a home.”
What do consumers look for in a lender or broker?.. be contributing to a temporary delay in the housing recovery,” as follows:. in the unemployment rate , there are reasons to believe that there will. collection called the National Survey of Mortgage Borrowers. or broker, followed by a real estate agent.