BUYERS

Site Title

A Home purchase

Is really not so 

scary!

 

Actually pretty 

easy.

Buying your new home is a serious venture. It can be an absolute pleasure or a massive headache. Your house is not just your home, it is a serious investment in the dwelling, the area and your future.

When buying a home – you’re bound to have many questions. For example, “In what area can I find a home that suits my needs?”, “How much money will I need to afford the monthly payments?” and “How long will the home buying process take?”

Below are some articles that you might find useful in the home buying process. Please feel free to click on one of the links below to read more.

 

BUYER ARTICLES

 

• Advice for First-Time Buyers

• How to Negotiate with Sellers

• Types of Mortgages

• Getting the Best Mortgage Rates Online

• Surviving Escrows

 

 

ADVICE FOR FIRST-TIME BUYERS

 

• PRE-QUALIFICATION: Meet with a mortgage broker and find out how much you can afford to pay for a home.

Buying your new home is a serious venture. It can be an absolute pleasure or a massive headache. Your house is not just your home, it is a serious investment in the dwelling, the area and your future.

When buying a home – you’re bound to have many questions. For example, “In what area can I find a home that suits my needs?”, “How much money will I need to afford the monthly payments?” and “How long will the home buying process take?”

Below are some articles that you might find useful in the home buying process. Please feel free to click on one of the links below to read more.

BUYER ARTICLES

 

• Advice for First-Time Buyers

• How to Negotiate with Sellers

• Types of Mortgages

• Getting the Best Mortgage Rates Online

• Surviving Escrows

 

 

ADVICE FOR FIRST-TIME BUYERS

 

• PRE-QUALIFICATION: Meet with a mortgage broker and find out how much you can afford to pay for a home.

• PRE-APPROVAL: While knowing how much you can afford is the first step, sellers will be much more receptive to potential buyers who have been pre-approved. You’ll also avoid being disappointed when going after homes that are out of your price range. With Pre-Approval, the buyer actually applies for a mortgage and receives a commitment in writing from a lender. This way, assuming the home you’re interested in is at or under the amount you are pre-qualified for, the seller knows immediately that you are a serious buyer for that property. Costs for pre-approval are generally