Chapter Overview: How to Buy a Home


It Takes a Team

Buying a home gets more complicated every year. A typical home purchase involves an average of 18 other professionals or services!

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Final Closing Steps

At this stage of your home purchase, a number of things happen in the last few weeks. Plan on several appointments in order to complete tasks on schedule.

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Why You Must Divide Wants vs Needs

It’s critical that you decide what you’d like verus what you must have. If you don’t, it will make the home search process frustrating and challenging to complete.

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How to Checkout a Neighborhood

What are the three most important things in real estate? Location, Location, Location! This saying is more true than ever before so your choice of location should be your number one priority.

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3 Ways to Decide How Much to Offer on a House

One of home buyers’ biggest fears is paying too much for their first home. Conquer that fear by using our three ways to decide what price to offer to buy a home.

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What to Inspect When You’re Inspecting

You’ll need to decide what types of inspections you want to have. The general home inspection is a must but the others will depend on many factors.

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How to Research a House

Are you ready for some detective work? It’s best to discover problems before you ever write an offer.

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Removing Contingencies & Your Final Walkthrough

A contingency is something that allows you to cancel the closing on a house. As you go through the transaction, you’ll either remove contingencies or allow them expire.

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How to Search for Homes

House hunting is probably the most exciting part of buying a home. We’ve got lots of tips on how to search for homes.

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How to Find an Exceptional Buyer’s Agent

A great airplane pilot will get you to your destination as safely and professionally as possible. A Buyer’s Agent will do the same- if you choose wisely.

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