How To Buy A House

 
  • In today’s world, real estate seems to come and go fast! Buying a home can be a very expensive and emotional process for your life. But with carful research you can have a great experience.

    The most important first step is to determine how much to spend. Having yourself preapproved with a lender is the quickest way to be ready to buy. Meeting with a mortgage lender will help you determine the price range you can afford in a new home and will prepare you for what your monthly budgets should be. There are several different mortgage options for a buyer, and you would be surprised to know how many people might be saving money by purchasing a house vs. renting. If you meet with a mortgage lender and you have some credit issues, they are also the best place to help guide you with getting your credit where it needs to be. Once you are ready to buy a home based on your discussions with the lender, it’s time to meet with a Realtor.

    Meeting with various realtors will help you determine the best fit for your personality – remember, you can be represented by any realtor, not just the ones who have the sign out front of the house you like. Meeting face to face with Realtors will help you understand who they are and how professional they are. Discussing what you are looking for will help them to determine what listings are out there that may fit your needs and budget. Once you find the realtor of your choice, they will begin setting up showings for you depending on which features you are looking for. This could be locations, budget, or even a house you didn’t think would fit could turn into something you love. Once you've chosen a home to buy, these real estate professionals can assist you in negotiating the entire purchase process, including making an offer, getting a loan, and completing paperwork. There are many things to think about once the home of your choice has been found. Realtors can help you with lining up inspections, making sure appraisals are completed for the lender and their number one object for you the buyer is to provide you with a home that is free clear of any lien on the title. Real Estate agents follow a strict code of ethics and they will help you through the whole process. In most cases a good real estate agent's expertise can protect you from any pitfalls you might encounter during the process so you can sit back and celebrate your new home.

    There are many professionals ready and waiting to help, if you ever want those inside answers, we are just a phone call away!

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Lisa Dieren
Frontier Insurance Agent, Real Estate Broker
lisad@frontierbk.com
712-472-3551

 

 

 

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