You are at the beginning of the process of buying a new home. Of course, you are going to begin looking at homes on line. The National Association of Realtors has analyzed buyer behavior and discovered that almost 90% or buyers begin their search for a new home on line. The 10% that don’t won’t be reading this either. Then again, if they aren’t searching on line, they don’t need this crucial information.
It doesn’t really matter much how you come across the website. You will find one or two or three or more that you find easy to use and they will become your go to website(s). Understanding how the sites work and what information they offer is important. If you begin the search without knowing what it is you are using, you may lose time and be chasing down homes that do not exist. Yes, the first step is very important.
It is important enough that you should spend 15-20 minutes understanding how the search sites work.
Which is the best search site?
Is it Realtor.com?
Is it Zillow
Is it Trulia
Or is it something that you have not discovered.
Well, it is all laid out for you here. You can learn how to begin the home search effectively so that you are successful.
There is only one original source of on line listing information.
1000 Pennsylvania Avenue SE
Washington, DC 20003
Business Phone: 202-546-0055
Business Fax: 202-546-0511