Buying a home is an exciting and fulfilling process! It can seem daunting if you’ve never done it before. But, with the right tools, you’ll be in your new home in no time.
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3 EASY STEPS FOR FIRST-TIME HOME BUYING
Hi! I’m Chase. I love helping people buy homes! My wife and I purchased our first home in 2016 and it was one of the most empowering and beneficial things we have ever done. I’m passionate about helping people make wise financial decisions, enjoy the security that comes from owning a home, and I put a high emphasis on ongoing communication. I’ve put together these steps to get you on the right track.
1. FIND A REAL ESTATE AGENT
A real estate agent is more than a person who opens doors and fills out paperwork. A real estate agent works for you to help you make wise decisions. They offer all the options, provide expert advice, discuss your future plans and vision, and help pair you with a home that will fit your needs.
I would love to come alongside you and answer any and all questions you may have — no strings attached.
Contact me and I’ll get back to you in 24 hours or less.
2. GET A LOAN
Not all mortgage lenders are created equal. I recommend a few local lenders who are able to offer professional advice, work around your schedule, and provide exceptional customer service. A full-service lender should be able to answer all of your questions, provide you with helpful insights into market trends and interest rates, and of course, close loans on time and with as little stress as possible.
Not every lender works well for every personality, so I strive to make connections that will be the most beneficial to each customer. If you love diving into the details about underwriting and why FHA and Conventional loans are different, you will work best with a lender who can help you gain as much knowledge as possible! If you want a smooth and question free home purchase, then you will want a level headed lender who can provide you with need-to-know information, but won’t bog you down with the “boring stuff.” By following the link below, I can help you find the lender who will be best suited to your particular needs.
3. SEARCH EFFECTIVELY
Search engines are not all the same. Most of them will show the same results, but some sites will not update their information (Zillow), and provide you with more frustration than results. The link below will take you to my map searching website where you can search by school district, a geographic location, or a price range.