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Prepping To Buy Your First Home

Prepping To Buy Your First Home

 

One of the biggest milestones of most peoples life is when you decide to become a homeowner. There are a few steps to take before making the leap to ensure that you set yourself up for a smooth transaction. Check out the following tips below to learn what steps you should take.

  1. Meet with a Real Estate Professional: Discuss the type of home you are looking for, including style, location and price. An advantage to you is having a Buyer's Agent on your side. Experienced in the buying process surrounding the purchase, a Buyer's Agent is an invaluable resource going forward. Their commission is paid by the seller's proceeds in most transactions, meaning having representation on your side costs you nothing out of pocket.

  2. Get Pre-Approved from a reliable lender: Knowing what you can afford upfront is a critical part of your home buying process. With knowledge of low down payment options or zero down payment loans for many first time buyers, your Buyer's Agent will work closely with your lender to make sure you understand the loan types you are qualified for, and what that means for your home search.


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Greenville, SC 29607
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