When most people decide to buy a home, they immediately start browsing local property listings. In this day and age, listing information is readily available at your fingertips. It’s incredibly easy to look at listings online and even on your mobile device. However, there’s a lot more to buying a home than checking out the listings.
How else can you prepare to buy a home? How can you get the funding for the home of your dreams? What information and documents do you need to expedite the buying process? What steps do you need to take? What can you expect during this often unpredictable process? The questions are practically endless. Luckily, I have all the answers to all of these questions and more. Just check out my buyer articles, where you’ll find valuable information on topics like how to get prequalified for a loan, how to choose the right neighborhood and how to hire a home inspector. I have also listed school reports and other community data, so you may want to review that as well.
The real estate business is chock full of unusual words, like amortization, collateral and escrow. Is it all Greek to you? Don’t worry! I’ve also provided a real estate glossary to help you understand each of these terms.
I compiled this important information in one place—all to serve you better. Hopefully, these resources will help make the home buying process (and your life) a little easier. Just take a look around—you’ll be amazed at what you learn!