(by Tara Sharp, Windermere)
There is a lot to consider when you decide to buy a house, especially if it is your first. How much home you can afford? What kind of loan should you choose? Which neighborhoods are both affordable and a good investment? These are just a few of the questions you’ll be asking yourself. But with an experienced agent to help you, you’ll get the guidance you need to come up with the right answers − and a home you love. Here’s a handy “Buying a House Checklist”: Read more
If you are thinking of buying a foreclosed home, there are a few things you need to know before you jump into the purchasing process. Read more
Are you ready to buy a home?
There are lots of things to consider when deciding to purchase a property. Beyond your personal situation, local market conditions, financing costs, and future expectations must also be evaluated. What does the total cost of home ownership look like? How long do you expect to live there? Read more
Did you just commit to buying a house? Wondering now what all you need beforehand? Well – we have a closing on your house checklist!
This cheat sheet helps you do your homework, so you know what you’re signing when you close the sale of your home.
You’ve already cleared several hurdles by finding the right home, negotiating the best price, and getting approved for a mortgage. The last obstacle on your homebuying track is the closing, which can be both tedious and tense. By knowing what to expect and doing some legwork, you can smoothly put your closing behind you. These seven steps will guide you. Read more