How to buy a home  

THE HOME BUYING PROCESS

Looking for a home? Where should you begin? Home buying can be an over whelming task. Think about any changes in your life during the foreseeable future. Will there be changes in your family size or with your vocation? What are your requirements for the home?

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Why use a Real Estate buyer agent?

In short, the reason is to get you a better deal than you would have gotten without one. It's really as simple as that! This means money, but it also means having the services of an expert who can find you the home you want, come to agreement with the home seller at terms favorable to you, and see that the home sale actually closes.

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ESSENTIALS

The Advantages of Buying a Home


Buying a Home is at the heart of the "American Dream". It can bring happiness and provide a solid foundation for you and your family. It has many benefits, but the following three in particular -

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The Benefits Of Condo Living

Condos offer you an alternative lifestyle for many individuals especially those who prefer to be independent and have their own place to call home that is affordable and at the same time more convenient that buying a conventional home. This type of living quarters appeals mostly to single young professionals as well as small families. Condo living offers a different type of lifestyle and living conditions for people. It is cheaper than having your own property and build your own home from the ground up. Condo units also offer a host of amenities like guarded parking space, 24 hour security, swimming pool, clubhouse etc. that you won't enjoy unless you own a condo unit of your own.

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Frist Time Homebuyer - Steps to Purchase a Hom

You have decided to purchase a home:

Let's outline your approach:

1. First, sit down and make a list of the important elements that you would like your new home to contain. How many bedrooms do you require? How many baths? Do you require a basement (finished or unfinished) or a garage? Is a formal dining room, family room, den, loft or study a necessity? What type of heating or cooling do you prefer? Gas heat, oil, electric? Is central A/C mandatory?

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Condominium Living - Is it Right for You?

One of life's exciting challenges is deciding on what type of home ownership fits best. First time buyers are often trying to decide on a single-family starter house, townhouse or a condo? Other existing homeowners decide they are tired of maintaining their house and yearn for someone else to do the upkeep allowing plenty of time to explore their interests. Yet others may be quite happy with their existing house but have their eye on a well-deserved vacation condo on the beach, waterfront or the countryside.

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How to buy a home  

THE HOME BUYING PROCESS

Looking for a home? Where should you begin? Home buying can be an over whelming task. Think about any changes in your life during the foreseeable future. Will there be changes in your family size or with your vocation? What are your requirements for the home?

[Read more]

Is A Townhouse For You?  

With the huge variety of real estate choices on the market today, many people aren't even clear on what a townhouse is, much less whether or not it's the right choice for them. So what, exactly, is a townhouse?

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