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10 Step Guide to Buying a House – Step 9
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Selling in the 4th Quarter and Through the Holidays The fall months are no longer a Real Estate Dead Zone. There is still plenty of action happening after Labor Day through Christmas. Fall
Step 9 – Closing The closing process is also known as settlement. Closing brings together a variety of parties who are part of the transaction. At closing, transfer taxes must be paid and
Step 8 – Get Insurance The essential idea behind various forms of real estate insurance is to protect homeowners in the event of catastrophe. If something goes wrong, insurance can be the
Step 7 – Make an Offer A proposal to buy includes both the price and terms. Terms can represent thousands of additional value or costs to the buyer and are extremely important. How Much?
Step 6 – Get Funding The cost of financing is often greater than the original purchase price of a home (after including interest and closing costs.) Because financing is so important, buyers
Step 5 – Choose a Home Choosing a home and making an offer is both exciting and a little scary. If your offer is accepted, the place you’ve chosen will be your home for the next several
Step 4 – Look At Homes Educating yourself on the local market and working with an experienced Realtor can help you narrow your priorities and make an informed decision about your new home.
Step 3 – Get a Mortgage Pre-Approval There is nothing worse than falling in love with a home and then finding you can’t afford it. Consulting with a mortgage lender is the FIRST step you
Step 10 – What’s Next? You looked at homes, made an offer, obtained financing and gone to closing. The home is yours!!! Is there any more to the process? The papers you received at