One fact that is true about purchasing a house is that it costs money. In fact, your good credit and the amount of money you will ultimately put down can go a long way toward getting a good deal on a mortgage. The one thing I hear younger adults often talking about is their difficulty in saving for that big day of home ownership.
I have often concluded that saving doesn't have to be difficult. It is truly a matter of understanding that you can only spend a dollar once. When it is gone - it is truly spent! So when it comes to saving dollars, I believe a good place to start is by observing how much you are truly wasting. I just came across this article by Karen Datko. 47 Simple Ways To Waste Money Are you wanting to save? Start by reading this sometimes humorous but yet true writing.
David L. Burrows, Realtor®
Envirian of Warrenton, Warrenton, VA 20186
Phone: (888) 673-7866 x119
Sellers: I would encourage you to employ a Realtor to help you sell your home. When your agent or another agent is showing your house, go away and let them do your work for you. I also urge you to utilize my FREE SELLERS TOOLKIT before selling your house.
Buyers: I would encourage you to really check out anything and everything you are told by a well meaning seller. Employ the services of a Buyer's Agent to help you discern what you read and listen to about the area you are thinking of calling home. I would also urge you to get my FREE BUYERS TOOLKIT before heading out on the journey to find your new house.
Try this link to help you find your next home: Fairfax Homes For Sale - When you land on the main page try one of our custom searches listed on the bottom of the page. No registration is necessary for the Fairfax MLS general search on my site. If you check the box to receive automated updates sent to your email, you will be required to give us your name and a valid email address.
Northern Virginia Information - Here you will find answers to your questions about schools, auto registration, taxes, things to do this weekend, popular destinations. It only takes a moment to look and it is free with no registration required!
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