Real Estate Corner…
Q. What important things should I know when buying my first home?
A. Buying your first home is a big step and making mistakes can cost you thousands of dollars. Here are three mistakes you should avoid:
1. Not having a professional home inspection. Review the report carefully so you don’t buy a home with serious issues, such as pests, mold, or water damage.
2. Not doing a “walk-through” before closing. Visit the property after all the furnishings have been removed so you won’t have any surprises later.
3. Not understanding the contract. A REALTOR® who serves as your “Buyer’s Representative” will help you understand your responsibilities and guide you through the process.
Want to learn more? Ask for my Free Consumer Report called “Top 10 First-Time Homebuyer Mistakes To Avoid.”
Do you have a question related to real estate or home ownership? Please call me at 9725429030. Perhaps I’ll feature your question in my next issue!