The purchase price of the home is not the value of the home. It is what you paid for the home. The value of the home is the appraised value. A lender would look only at the appraised value of a home for lending purposes. If you paid more or less for the home, that is on you.
I am a Loan Originator for a Mortgage Company and to answer your question, you must go off the purchase price in a Sale no matter the appraised value, but there are so many different loans in my market you may not have to put a down payment at all. And the seller can pay all of your closing costs. It just depends on the situation. You could walk away with no money down. Actually a mortgage company will use the lesser of the purchase price or the appraised value. Some lenders can do "hard money" loans and will lend on the "future" value as opposed to the purchase price, but expect very high rates.
yes you can sell a home that is not in a livable condition. The buyer will have to obtain a construction load since banks will not give you a mortgage for a home until it can be appraised. They can not appraise a home if it is not livable. You will have to come up with a "purchase price". Most realtors can help you with that.
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