Buying a home | 5 mistakes buyers should avoid
If you were looking at homes in early spring but halted your plans, you should know that you don’t have to delay your home purchase. Though the process may look slightly different now, buying a home is still very much possible in today’s market.
So, if you’re still looking to buy that dream house or second home soon, don’t be afraid to move forward with it, as long as it aligns with your personal goal plan and you do not make these 5 mistakes:
- Tech is not the only resource
Tech is here to stay. Use tech to your advantage. Let me show you how to leverage video tours, 3D floor plans and interactive walk-throughs when searching for your house. Once you've done your research reach out so I can provide you further professional guidance and resources.
- Not knowing what you are worth
We can work together to ensure that you have a highly experienced lender who can walk you through the process so you will understand from pre-qualification to closing a transaction.This is particularly important if you require any type of loan.
- Not keeping safety top of mind
Your health and safety are always a top priority. If we meet in person for a showing, you’ll be advised on safety measures beforehand.
- Confusion around the buying process
Understand how services might proceed. Inspections can be done via phone or video call to go over the report. Appraisal may be drive by. Let me show you how we can ensure that the number is accurate. Let me help you understand how a contract protects the buyer.
- Not knowing the market
The housing market may fluctuate, but your situation is what’s most important. We’ll review current conditions, so you know you’re making informed decisions that are right for you.
Don’t let circumstances keep you from investing in your future. If you do decide to move forward with your home purchase, give me a call.