Simple Steps Toward Homeownership

Dated: July 16 2016

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So, you’re ready to buy a home in Northern Virginia. What are your first steps towards homeownership going to look like? Today we will lay out a simple plan to make the process as painless as possible.  

  1. What is your time frame? Buying during different seasons has its advantages and disadvantages.

  2. What is your budget? Have you been pre-qualified or talked to a mortgage broker? This will dictate your price range and your loan amount. There’s nothing worse than finding a home, falling in love with it, and then realizing that you actually cannot afford to purchase it.

Finding a good lender is really the first thing you want to do, even before you begin looking at homes. We know of a lot of good lenders in the area, so please don’t hesitate to contact us!

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Kim Barber

Buyers Whether you're looking for your first home, your dream home or an investment property, I'm committed to providing you with the highest quality buyer service. When making the type of investment ....

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