Find The Right Home For You
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Before a prospective homeowner can begin the quest towards purchasing a home, there are many factors to consider, most of which are determined by some basic facts and assumptions.
How big is your family? What neighborhoods are you willing to consider?
Are schools a factor? Is a single-family home a requirement or is a condo an option?
Based on your income and assets, what kind of home can you afford?
For some home buyers, living in a specific neighborhood takes precedence above all else, whereas for others, the home itself is more important. In a perfect world, you’d find the ideal home, in your neighborhood of choice, at a price you can afford, but realistically, most people will have to make some compromises.
Make a list of the features you want in a home– the number of bedrooms, a fenced yard, granite countertops, a garage, etc.–and then rank them in terms of priorities. Decide whether the house or the neighborhood matters more to you, or whether you’re willing to make a longer commute in order to own a home with a larger lot.
These kinds of decisions need to be made before beginning the search for your new home. Learn about what a neighborhood is really like, including information about the neighbors, school ratings and more with me.
It would be my pleasure to help you find your dream home.