Homebuying tips @ Mikenorvell.com

Real Estate Agent with Morris Williams Realty



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Buying a home is such an exciting time in everyone's lives.  But it's not always the easiest process.  There are several things that you can do in advance of your purchase to make the process flow much more smoothly.  Here are just a few of the things I suggest to start getting ready to purchase your home.  If you would like to talk about these further, call me at any time (352) 408-7111. 

  1. Get pre-qualified for your home loan - This will let us know what types of homes we can look at.  This could trim several days from the process.
  2. Begin to think about how much home you can honestly afford - We have all had times in our past when we say, "Oh $40 here and $100 won't be that big of a deal."  Saying that with your home payment can lead to real troubles down the road.
  3. Research neighborhoods - Most people chose their home based on location.  You should check into things like schools, shopping, and proximity to your place of work.  All of these things will play into how much you really like a property.

Doing these three very simple things will trim days - maybe even weeks - off of the time until you're in your next home.  Again, if you have any questions, or if you're ready to move forward let me know.


Mike Norvell Sr
Mid-Florida Real Estate Brokerage
34025 Lee Ave
Leesburg, FL 34788
(352) 408-7111



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