Buying a property is a big step involving a substantial long-term financial commitment, so it requires a thorough assessment of what you can afford. Here is our Home Buying 101:
Negotiating a purchase agreement may be the trickiest aspect of your real estate transaction. Negotiating is not all luck or natural talent.
The amount of earnest money deposit varies based on the type of property being purchased and local market conditions.
Offer Accepted What’s Next?
Once you and the seller have “signed on the dotted line”, there are a few more steps leading to the closing.
Hire a professional home inspector to give the house a thorough inspection.
Protecting your new home with insurance is a must.