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Choosing to buy a home is one of the biggest decisions you’ll make in your life. It’s a complex process that requires a lot of planning, and having the support of a knowledgeable Real Estate Broker to make the process run smoothly. To ready you for this, here is a general overview of what to expect and how to prepare.
Buying Your Home
Get Your Finances In Order
Having a good lender is key. Do you have a down payment? How much will you need? Do you qualify for down payment assistance. A good lender will set you up for success.
Visualize Your Dream Home
Once you’ve established a price range, it’s time to decide what type of home will best suit your lifestyle. Think about things like access to schools, recreational facilities, what the neighborhood is like, and so on. Why you’re choosing to buy should help answer these questions for you — so think about it carefully. You may want to put this down in writing and create a needs vs. wants list.
Meet With a Real Estate Broker
It’s important to partner with a Real Estate Broker you feel completely comfortable with. A Real Estate Broker can help you find your dream home, that meets both your needs and your budget. They will set you up with viewing appointments, and also help bring clarity to the complicated process of buying a home. You’ll want to go with an experienced and knowledgeable Real Estate Broker who understands your wants and needs, and represent your best interests.
Using the property search on this site and consulting with your Real Estate Broker, you will be able to find homes in your desired area. They’ll update you frequently regarding new listings and schedule you appointments with sellers.
Your Real Estate Broker can help you place an offer that the seller will either accept, counter, or reject. After you’ve negotiated an offer, you’ll need to conduct a home inspection and deal with any repairs (the cost of which you can also negotiate with the seller). Finalize your mortgage with a visit to your lender, and you’re ready to sign off on ownership. This typically takes place in a Escrow’ office.
The process of buying a home can be overwhelming at times, but you don’t need to go through it alone. You may be wondering if now is a good time to buy a home…or if interest rates are projected to rise or fall. Our free eGuide will answer many of your questions and likely bring up a few things you didn’t know you should consider when buying a home.
Be in A Home You Love
Not many people find their forever home, but at McNamer Homes, we make sure you buy one that you’ll love for years to come. Just tell us what you’re looking for and let’s go get the keys to your future home!