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First Time Home Buyers in California: 5 Things to Consider

NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY!  Don’t just take my word for it read my article here and find out what you might be missing.  

Buying isn’t as easy as it once was, it takes patience and expertise to put a “good” loan together in this market.  If I can help please let me know at brent@brentlane.net  Look at my Personal Bio on the right for what type of client I look for and for testimonials from those I have helped in the past.

 

Buying a home is a big step in your life and should be a very exciting time. Unfortunately, many individuals rush into buying a home with out considering the implications is has on their future. If you’re considering making the move to own it’s important you weigh all the options, and consider what if anything will affect the feasibility of you’re purchase. If this is you’re first time in the housing market consider the following before you make your big move.

 

  1. Get Your Finances in Order Have a lot of debt racked up? If thats the case, you may want to play catch up before you even think about buying a home. Bad credit is bad news for those who want a buy a new home. In most cases you will need to get a mortgage before you buy and this means your credit will be under scrutiny. Start getting acquainted with your credit score and begin fix the problems well before you apply for a mortgage.
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  3. Think about the Future If you have a job or other obligation that may require you to move or travel for extended periods of time you want to think twice about rushing into the housing market. Buying a house is a commitment that will tie you down to a particular location for at least a few years. It’s not easy or economically feasible to pack up and sell your home at the drop of a hat.
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  5. Educate Your Self As a first time home buyer one of the worst thing you can do is go into the market unprepared. Familiarizing your self with words and phrases that are used will allow you to better comprehend the market. A better understanding of the home buying process will enable you to make a well educated decision when it comes to you’re final purchase. Entering the market blindly can turn you’re home buying dreams into a nightmare.
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  7. Be Rational We all want to live in the home of our dreams. Unfortunately, like most things in life, the housing market must be approached from the bottom up? Renting is the start of the home owners journey. With your dream home serving as the final destination you will most likely need to take a few stops on the way there. The logical step is to buy a house you can afford not one that lands you in economic turmoil. Consider your first home an investment that you can improve upon over time. Once the home is improved you can sell it and bring yourself one step closer to your dream home. Buying out of your league can be a huge problem so set a budget and find a home within your means.
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  9. Ask For Help Don’t be determined to have a go at it alone. Buying a home is a complicated process and sometimes it really helps to have someone walk you through it step by step. Agents are more than willing to help you look through home listing, find what your looking for, and ultimately take you from start to finish.

    Don’t Let opportunity pass you by.  Prices are so low that even those renting could pay less than they are now with a rent payment.  ASK QUESTIONS and LEARN HOW YOU CAN DO WHAT YOU MAY NEVER THOUGHT POSSIBLE.

     

     

 

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