Where do you Start?
Compare and understand the basics. Get a Preapproval before you start shopping.
Defining what your needs are and features will streamline your search.
Start touring homes in your price range. It might be helpful to take notes on all the homes you visit. You will see a lot of houses!
Negotiate a fair offer based on the value of comparable homes in the same neighborhood
It becomes a roadmap to your biggest investment and checks for signs of structural damage or things that may need fixing.
Lenders have a wide range of competitively priced loan programs and a reputation for exceptional customer service.
Lenders will arrange for an appraiser to provide an independent estimate of the value of the house you are buying
You might need to conclude lender paperwork, as part of their requirements for financing. Your lender will arrange for a title company to handle all of the paperwork and make sure that the seller is the rightful owner of the house you are buying
At closing, your lawyer will be with you as well as a closing agent , you will sign all of the paperwork required to complete the purchase, including your loan documents.
Unload your boxes and move into your new home!