When you are trying to buy a home, especially for the very first time, the process can be exhausting. You must find out what you want, be aware of what you can afford, search online, visit different real estate projects, working and saving to have a down payment, take care and worry about the approval of mortgage credit, participate in a bidding war, possibly lose the dream home and start over. In short, stress is a fact that you need to confront when you are a first time home buyer.
1. Make a list of what is most important to you
Almost never any of the real estate projects you visit will fulfill all the features on your list, but entering a new home with the right perspective can make a difference.
Give priority to what is a mandatory requirement, then you can include what you want and what you would like. How important is the location? Is the location better than the view? Is the size more important than the style? How much renovation work are you willing to do?
These can be simple questions, but when they are done together they help in the buying home process.
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