The home-buying process can be intimidating for first-time buyers, especially after the housing market’s rollercoaster ride over the last decade. Take a look at the advice we have here to help make your first time buying a home a simple process.
In this week’s installment of our Buying a Home series, we’ve created a checklist of some of the main things you should be thinking about and looking for in the basement of a home. Thinking about all of these different things beforehand can help you decide on the right home for your needs.
Buying a home can be an emotional process. It doesn’t take much to fall in love with a house, but it’s important to consider all the factors before making a house your permanent home. Beyond paint on the walls and the size of the room, what should you be looking for when it comes to the living areas in a home? We’ll help you figure that out in just a few easy steps.
Read to learn more about low down payment mortgage options to buy a home.
Housing counselors are professionals who assist you in the process of saving your home from foreclosure. Once you meet with a housing counselor, explain your objectives and give them specific information about your situation, they’ll guide you through a series of actions to lead you in the right direction. Some services charge a fee, while others, like HUD, offer the help of housing counselors free of charge.
In today’s competitive real estate market, finding a home can be difficult, and getting a bid accepted on a house can be even harder. Bidding wars are back, and knowing how to navigate competitive bids is very important.
Building a new home is an exciting process, and incorporating or making a completely energy-efficient home offers you a ton of great benefits. With real estate trends pointing to more demand for these types of homes, you can put yourself in a good selling position later in the future and enjoy saving money while you live there.
You would be surprised how much all the little extra stuff we buy adds up. By altering your little spending habits, you may start to save some big bucks and be able to buy your first house sooner than you think. Check out this list we’ve compiled of some ways you can change your spending habits to start saving up!
Low rates and home prices are officially on the rise. What does this mean for you? When’s the best time to buy? Read on to find out!
What are the most important things you should know in order to prepare for the housing market we’re in? Recently, I sat down with Doug Gartley, associate broker with In-House Realty, to find out. Here are Doug’s tips that every home buyer should know.