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•As your real estate professional it is important that we know what you can afford and what type of mortgage best suites your needs.
 
•Price and type of loan could limit property options.
 
•We need to make sure that all of your interests are protected
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•A mortgage professional will review all of your finances and customize a mortgage program that you are comfortable with.
 

HOME BUYING

Many people find the process of buying a home a little daunting and sometimes overwhelming. You’re not alone. No two buying experiences are the same, but these home buying tips provide an idea of the different steps you may encounter when buying a home.

Despite recent slowdowns in some markets, housing remains a good long-term investment, and demographic demand favors housing over the longer term. Homeownership offers immediate benefits and long-term value. Homeowners accumulate wealth for the future while enjoying the benefits of a shelter they can use, improve and sell.

I am ready to help you make an informed decision to get you on your path home.

Some key points that you will need to address are:

  • Why is Real Estate Still One of the Best Investments You Can Make?
  • Is now the Right Time For Your New Home Purchase?
  • How Much Can You Afford?
  • What is right for you?

Ask about the Century 21 Home Protection Plan to give you the “peace of mind” on your new home.

Defining Your Ideal Home

The property you buy will be much more than a house; it will be your home. The following questions can help you describe the things that are most important to you in your ideal home and neighborhood.

  1. For some people, “home” means a hub of social activity; for others it might be a place to retreat from the pressures of daily life. What does “home” mean to you?
  2. Who will be living in your household? Will you often have other family members or friends visiting for more than a few days at a time?
  3. If you will be working outside your home, what would you consider a comfortable commute(in time or distance)? Will you be working at home?
  4. What are the most important activities for the members of your household? For example, hobbies, recreation, school, entertaining, religious or cultural activities?
  5. What are one or more features you liked most about homes you have lived in previously? This might include style, floor plan, yard, view and neighborhood
  6. What is something you disliked about the house or neighborhood where you have lived previously, and that you would want to avoid in your next home?
  7. What are the most important “must have” features of your ideal home and neighborhood? Why are they important?

In conclusion,I am prepared to answer all of your questions and guide you in making an informed decision in your buying experience.


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