Simple Winter Home Repairs

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8 Tips for Finding Your New Home in 2017

 

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How to Use Comparable Sales to Price Your Home

Mortgage PreApproval

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Jacques Jacobson

NMLS #: 535303

Mortgage Loan Originator

Phone: (610) 517-6429
Mobile: (610) 517-6429
Fax: (215) 525-2859

 

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Thinking of Buying a Short Sale Property?

First Time Home Buyer??

Buying a home is a significant and exciting decision.

 

Our advice is:

Be an Informed Consumer and Work with a Real Estate Professional

 

First Steps

The Internet and real estate professionals are the top two resources most buyers turn to when searching for a home.1 1. Check the selling prices of comparable homes in your area. Web sites such as Century21ParkRoad.com and Realtor.com offer you the opportunity to peek inside homes that fit your criteria. Begin to understand the real estate terminology, study property values and explore neighborhoods.

Ask friends, family and trusted co-workers to recommend a real estate agent they’ve worked with and had a great experience. The home buying process is complicated, you’ll want to partner with a Realtor with whom you feel a comfortable. Finding the right real estate agent can make you a savvy consumer and improve your overall experience.

Next….

Your Century 21 Park Road professional will introduce you to or connect with local mortgage officer. It is important to do a financing overview early in the home search process. See what you can afford and/or what you’re comfortable spending monthly for your new home. You’ll also explore all your financing options, review the costs to purchase and determine your credit score. Look at your budget and determine how a house fits into it. Fannie Mae recommends that buyers spend no more than 28% of their income on housing costs. Go much past 30% and you risk becoming “house poor” – and that can drastically change your lifestyle!

Ready. Set. Go!!

Now armed with a budget and an idea of price and area preference, your Century 21 Park Road professional can begin guiding you through the process that will lead you to your new home. Get ready! It might take a little while to find just the right home…but you’ve laid a strong foundation for a rewarding home buying experience.

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