Advice for the First Time Homebuyers
February 26, 2018 | Erin Spence
The home buying process is exciting and overwhelming all at the same time. As a first-time homebuyer, you probably have the perfect home pictured in your mind and you’re ready to go out and find it. Before you do, there are a few things you should keep in mind.
 
Get preapproved for your loan before you go out and look at homes. Getting pre-approved will allow you to know how much home you can buy and what you really can afford. That leads to the next tip which is, do not buy more home than you can afford. Just because you may have been approved for a $200,000 home does not mean that you can afford the monthly payments later. Be realistic.
 
Also, prepare yourself for your offers to be rejected. There are sometimes that your offer will not be accepted right away, and you should mentally prepare yourself for that possibility. Once your offer has been accepted, be sure to not open any new lines of credit or make any major purchases as this can change your ability to get the home.

If you are thinking of buying your 1st home in the next 6-12 months, we would love to help you get started on your search.    We are hosting a FREE 1st Time Home Buyer's Seminar on Thursday, March 29th from 6:30 pm-8:00 pm. This seminar is FREE to attendees and we'd love to have you there. 


Topics include:
- Why should I buy now?
- Fears and Facts about buying a 1st Home
- 8 Steps to Buy a Home
- Buy vs. Rent
- What does an agent do?
- 6 Steps to Finance a Home
- Found a Home - Now what?

Where:

Offices of Make The Move Team 
The Hickory Building on the "Square"
207 West Hickory Street Ste 215 
Denton TX 
*complementary light snacks & beverages will be served*


Call us: By Monday, March 26th    (214) 497-4021
We will save you a seat! 


Can't make the seminar this month? Send us an email & we will follow up with the date/time/location of our next seminar in Fall 2018.     Email us: office@MakeTheMoveTeam.com


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