They’re called mortgage trends, friends. Do the research here. Of course, we’re noticing that there’s one major trend going on in the real estate market, and that’s the higher down payment, but perhaps you might want to stick with something lower. That’s okay. Want to know why?
You Have a Budget, and While Down Payments All Over Are Increasing, Some States Are Still Lower Than Others
These States Reported the Lowest Down Payment Averages in the U.S.
- Indiana — The Crossroads of America has the highest of the low averages…. Want to know how low?
- Utah — Utah isn’t high up there either. Check it out right here.
- Kentucky — Now we’re getting a bit higher on that average, but would you like to know just what you’re dealing with in the Derby state?
- Iowa — We’re sitting level with this state’s down payment average, so if Kentucky’s not your state, you can check this one out here.
- West Virginia — Little by little, that down payment average-to-house-price ratio’s getting more interested. Just take a look at this state!
- Alabama — Forrest Gump would’ve loved this ratio and average on home prices and down payments. Check out these numbers….
- Mississippi — And here we have the lowest of the lows…. But just remember: that may be a good thing!
What About the States With the Highest Down Payment Average?
- Vermont — We’ll jump almost 5% from Mississippi’s average down payment with Vermont. Want to know just how much you’ll spend on a down payment for a house here?
- Massachusetts — The average home prices play a role here with the average down payment here. Just keep that in mind!
- Washington D.C. — We’re getting pricier and pricier with this down payment percentage.
- Hawaii — You’ll hula over this percentage on down payments for home purchases.
- New Jersey — And we’re still climbing up the ladder with down payment percentages here. This could be what you’ll spend for a payment….
- California — Did you know that the state here has been leading on home prices (and most likely will continue to lead)? That should tell you a lot about what kind of down payment you might be making for a house over there.
- New York — Still, none of these states can beat this top leader. Here’s the skinny on the down payment average for a home in the Big Apple.