h January, that seasonal reset we all need (especially after the dumpster fire that was 2020). Not to say the problems of yesterday are going away with a flip of the calendar, BUT we do have a lot of things we’d like to accomplish, and this feels like a pretty common ‘reassess and refresh’ time for most people, so there’s no time like the present! This month, Shauna is sharing some of the things her and her partner did in the buying journey that she thinks could help other young buyers out when they begin searching for a home to buy.
So you want to buy a house. Yay! This is fantastic – homeownership is incredibly rewarding! However – you need to be prepared. Of course this means knowing what you want, where you want to live and how much you can afford. But how do you know what you can afford? Let’s break it down and help clear things up before you even head out the door to your mortgage provider!
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As a first-time buyer, when you begin your property search, you’ll consider many factors about your new home. Like – how many bedrooms do you need? Is there a grocery store nearby? Do you want the maintenance of a large yard? And about a thousand others!
Title Insurance can seem confusing, especially if you’re a first time buyer entering the market! Let us give you the low down on Title Insurance in this blog post.
Every first time buyer should start with a mortgage pre-approval