As home prices continue to rise and inventory levels stay low, our current seller’s market signals stronger competition with more buyers fighting for fewer homes. In this scenario, making a perfect offer is key to securing a house. So what factors make your offer stand out from the rest?
If you are a first-time homebuyer, you might think that the price tag on the home is the only cost involved for a mortgage. However, there are other expenses that might catch you off guard. If you’re shopping for your first house, prepare for these additional, and often unexpected, homebuying costs.
Having student loans won’t keep someone from buying a house, although they need to be comfortable with the idea of taking on a good amount of debt while still dealing with their student loans. Here are some questions to ask yourself!
For many, owning a home is part of the American dream, but it’s easy to feel anxious about making the leap to buy one. There’s a lot of confusion from how much of a down payment you need saved to what types of mortgages are best. Maybe this causes you to think it’s not financially your time, or just more trouble than it’s worth. Let’s set the record straight and separate fact from fiction!
If you’re in a committed relationship but marriage is on the back burner, your dream of buying a home doesn’t have to be.
The beginning of spring each year typically marks the beginning of homebuying fever for many families. For many, the winter doldrums are over, and the warmer temperatures invite buyers to test the market for the right house. If you are thinking of buying this year, these five reasons might make spring the right time for you!