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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BUYER'S TIP

Buying a Home - Dealing With Lender Letters  


Most people who set out to buy a home, be it house, townhouse, condo, apartment, or mansion on a hill, know they need to have a lender letter in hand saying they are qualified for a loan. What most "civilians" (people not in the real estate business) don't realize is how much the value of a lender letter varies.

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Should I Buy This Home - Heating Issues  

When considering whether you should buy a home, heating issues are something you should take a close look at. This is particularly true with rising energy costs.

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Guide To Buying A Condo  

The condominium market has been rising steadily for the past few years, with the condo market regaining the momentum and importance it had in the initial condo boom of the 1980s. Condo buyers generally fall into three groups: first-time buyers making the jump from renting; people looking to buy a second home that they will use part-time; and retirees who are trading in high-end homes for the low-maintenance lifestyle a condo provides.

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Condos buying guide- How to invest in superior Condominiums

Condo or condominium is a housing option that looks like an apartment complex. Condo ownership lets the owner to own the condo only not the land. Condo owners have to pay monthly fee for maintaining common areas. Generally the association of property owners manages condominiums. Owners of condominium can do anything inside the their unit but not the outside. You've to clear all related points that what you can do or not inside the condominium at the time of signing the contract. You should check that whether it satisfies your requirements or not.

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How Condo Buyers Can Avoid Paying Too Much: Ten Essential Tips  

Whether you're a first-time buyer or a seasoned professional in the real estate game, purchasing a condominium can be an intimidating task, fraught with financial pitfalls as well as potential profits. It's an emotional process filled with difficult choices-and each decision you make has money riding on it. Finding the right condo for your family's needs is tough enough; knowing how to avoid paying too much for that fantastic living space is another job entirely.

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Five Tips For The First Time Buyer

1. Determine your specific needs as a first-time buyer. How much room do you need? Are you concerned about schools? Commuting time? Proximity to family and friends? Is this a starter home, or are you likely to be here in five or ten years? Are you buying at the height of or bottom of a market? What financial resources do you have, or must you obtain, to purchase your home?

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