Buying a home is a big decision, and if you’re anything like me, you don’t always know what questions to ask yourself when trying to find the perfect home. These days there are tons of options to choose from, and while it’s great that you can basically customize a home however you want, it can be overwhelming.
Trying to decide if you and your family are ready to buy a new home can seem impossible and often leaves you with more questions than answers.
Questions To Ask Yourself
Deciding to buy a home is a big decision. Saving for a deposit on your dream home can be stressful mentally and financially. But there are ways to take some of the pressure off your pocketbook and ease your mind when saving for a deposit. One easy way to save money without having to give up things you love is to coupon.
So you’ve picked out your dream home, selected the paint colors, countertops and cabinets, and now, you are getting ready to select your lender.
You’ve done your research and looked at terms and rates. You’re just trying to choose between your two or three top lenders, when you come across the term “mortgage escrow”.
Keeping track of your credit score is important both before and after you buy a new home.
Before applying for a loan with the lender of you choice, you will want to get your credit in the best shape possible to help increase your ability to get the best possible loan terms! Building and maintaining a good credit score can help make the loan process much easier.
Check out these tips on how to keep your credit in check and how to improve your credit score the smart way!
When it comes to homeownership, several steps come before purchasing your dream home. Before diving head first into the decision to buy, it is important to be sure that you and your family are prepared physically, emotionally and financially.
Check out these tips to help you get financially fit before purchasing a home!
Hey y’all! This month the sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and spring is FINALLY here!
My favorite thing to do this time of year is crack open my Granny’s cookbook and experiment with her lighter recipes. With winter gone and summer right around the corner, it’s out with the soups and in with the garden fresh vegetables!