FIRST TIME HOME BUYING IS NOT TO BE TAKEN LIGHTLY

Dated: 06/27/2017

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How to buy your first home

Ask yourself: What are the first step to take?

‘Is it really time for me to buy a home?’Don’t buy a home just because everybody’s doing it (they’re not) or because your mom says its time to go that would  be stupid to “throw money away” on rent (she’s may be wrong, too).Don’t buy a home because it’s a buyer’s market or just because of low mortgage rates. 

Buy a home because you want to be a homeowner. 

Buy a home because you’re settling down roots and need a place to live for at least five years. And only buy a home if you’re financially ready.Do you have your down payment and closing cost saved?What that contact me you i will coach you through it.

How to Prepare to Buy Your First Home How Much House Can You Afford?Are You Really Ready? Reasons Not to Buy a Home Rent vs Buy Calculator Determine can show you how you can  afford your home For most of us, our home is the most expensive thing we’ll ever buy. And for most of us, we need one big loan to do it—a mortgage.If you remember all the foreclosures that happened during the recession, a mortgage is not something to be taken lightly. first-time-home-buying-guide can help we can chat on face book First Time Home Buying.

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