If you’re considering purchasing a home, debt-to-income ratio (DTI) is an important term to familiarize yourself with. Your DTI can ultimately make it easier or harder for you to qualify for a mortgage.
Buying a home is a huge investment, and it's something you want to get right the first time. This article will give you the 5 tips that can make your first-time buyer experience much smoother. Read on to learn how to find a property, negotiate with the seller, and more!
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When you start your search for a new home, you’ll have a list of some essential features you want, whether it’s a certain number of bedrooms or a large garage. However, some factors may not have crossed your mind.
Like anything else in life, what you see when you look at a home is not always what you get. What might look like a charming Colonial on the outside can be riddled with problems on the inside—leaving you, the buyer, with a big mess.
When you’re purchasing a home, most of your budgeting is built around the costs directly associated with your purchase. You’re probably planning for your EMD, home inspection, some repairs, your down payment, and closing costs.
Some people like the idea of listing their home as a way of seeing how buyers will respond but with no real intention of selling the home—at least not right away.