First Time Home Buyer

Buying a house can be overwhelming, especially for a First Time Buyer. I am here to help. Here are some things to get you started on your home purchasing journey.

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Your Savings

Do you have enough money saved to qualify for a mortgage, cover your down payment and pay closing costs?

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Your Credit

Obtain a copy of your credit report
to make sure it is accurate and to correct any errors immediately.

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Pre Approval

Determine your mortgage qualifications. You’ll know what you can afford and be able to focus on homes in your price range.

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Other Sources

Do you qualify for special mortgage or down payment assistance? You can use money from your IRA to buy your first home with no penalty for early withdrawal.

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Your Wish List

Develop and then prioritize the features on your home wish list. Identify the neighborhoods you like.

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Unexpected Expenses

Set aside 1-3% of your purchase price to cover unexpected fees and expenses.

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Lifestyle Planning

It's important to know your needs and wants when looking for a home.

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Prepare For House Hunting

Not all agents are Realtors. Its important to know the difference and why it pays to work with a Realtor.

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