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Most homebuyers would agree that the home inspection on a potential purchase is probably the most important part of the process, however some buyers may not know is that there are multiple inspections that should be considered.
Tight inventory and increased buyer demand is still the story as we come to a close on the first quarter of 2022.
Inventory challenges, multiple offers, and increased listing prices will prove home shopping this spring to be difficult, but certainly do-able when you arm yourself with knowledge and an experienced Realtor by your side.
To help you navigate this new process like a pro, we’ve put together a complete home shopping guide–allowing you to make a smart decision when it comes to buying your first home.
You only get to buy your first home once. Why not make it as stress-free as possible? We’ve put together a list of what you need to know about the national and statewide programs available to first-time home buyers in North Carolina.
Depending on if you’re in the market to buy or sell, you’re likely wondering how the Coronavirus will impact home values over the course of the next several months.
If you’ve bought or sold a home before, you know the listing and selling process takes more than the hour allotted for each episode.
Knowing what to expect in the home selling process can take away a lot of stress and anxiety. When you break the seemingly huge undertaking into steps, all you have to do is put one foot in front of the other and eventually you’ll be walking out of your closing with a successful home sale in the books.
We’ve put together a general timeline so you can see the steps in the process from start to finish. Now you’re ready to take the first step!
Asking a lot of questions is a great idea when you’re looking to buy a home. Asking the right questions will give you the edge you need to negotiate until you’re happy with the final result.
Armed with the answers to these ten questions, you’ll know what to expect, from pre-approval to closing day. After all, surprises are fun on birthdays, but they’re bad news in the home buying process.
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