You may find a ‘financial diet’ is in order to get in shape to qualify for a mortgage. This mainly applies to first time homebuyers but could apply to those who are changing homes as well if you haven’t been watching those pennies close enough.
First Time Home Buyers
Many first time home buyers have grown tired of paying high rent but don’t have a lot of cash to buy a ‘move in ready’ home. What this article will discuss is some of the more expensive items to look for when searching for a ‘fixer upper’ so you don’t end up with a ‘money pit’
Excellent Communicators “My wife and I had started out with another company to try and buy a home and soon found ourselves leaving message after message with no communication back. When we got a Christmas card from the Derricks we decided to give them a call since they were neighbors… Read More »What Our Clients Are Saying
If you are looking at older homes or homes out in the country, chances are you’ll see some that have a private well as their primary water source. We’ll discuss what it usually entails and what to watch out for.
One of the biggest steps to adulthood is that first time one buys their own home. After living with your parents and then in rentals having to live by the landlord rules that next true step to freedom is purchasing your own home.
While the local Indy Metro area is starting a slow rebound, it’s still a buyers market in this area. Home prices are very slowly starting to recover towards 2007 highs but more importantly interest rates are still pretty low for mortgage loans. So what’s your first step? Shop for a… Read More »Thinking of buying a home? Don’t wait long; it could cost you a lot of money.