Always a scary thing when you are looking to buy a house
I don't know about you, but I have never owned a house. I came close when I lived in Minot, North Dakota about two years ago, I lost my job out there, which took away the worries of actually buying a home. We usually take advantage of living in an apartment, maintenance and such are provided, though we pay for that.
Can I actually afford a house?
I think you would be pleasantly surprised, there are real estate agents that want you in a house, and they can almost always come up with some kind of plan to help you. So listen, get yourself motivated, and check out these 7 least expensive houses you can buy in Bismarck/Mandan. Huge thanks to Zillow for providing these homes.
7 Least Expensive Homes For Sale In Bismarck/Mandan
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