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Are you planning on Buying a Home in Davenport FL?  Here is some exciting news!

Polk County school board members got their first look at plans for a new high school in Davenport, which will be located on 60 acres next to the Davenport School of the Arts.

BARTOW — Polk County School Board members got their first look this week at plans for a new high school in Davenport, which will be located on 60 acres next to the Davenport School of the Arts and is scheduled to open in August 2021.

District Assistant Superintendent of Facilities and Operations Angela Usher said she and her team visited high schools in the state that meet the prototype of their needs, saying Weeki Wachee High School in Hernando County was closest to what they would like.

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Buying a home is often one of the most expensive endeavors one will take throughout their life, so it’s not surprising that saving for a down payment remains a major hurdle for many Floridians on their path to homeownership. But although a 20 percent down payment is considered ideal, it’s not actually as common as you might think, nor is it a necessity to buying a home.

The majority (52 percent) of buyers put down less than 20 percent on their new home.

Typically, you have to put between 3 and 20 percent of your home’s sale price down in cash to qualify for a conventional loan (30-year fixed mortgage), but there are exceptions. If you meet eligibility guidelines, you might qualify for a home loan with a  zero-down payment through Veterans Affairs

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