4 TIPS TO BEING A HAPPY HOMEOWNER
So you're out searching for your dream home.... but how do you make sure that once you've found what you believe is your dream home that you'll be a happy homeowner after you've bought it? Most everyone is happy the day they close on their new home and move-in... but how do you make sure you stay happy once you've lived in the home for a while?
Here are four tips to help you during your home search to ensure that you'll be a happy homeowner after you've closed on your home:
- Make sure you are buying the right size home. A big percentage of buyers feel they purchased the wrong-sized home after they'vc closed.
- Do your research up-front on the neighborhood. You don't want to find out after you've purchased your home that the neighborhood is not quite "your cup of tea."
- Select your lender carefully. The right lender with the right loan products is as important to the purchase of a home as is the right real estate agent.
- Be prepared financially for the costs of homeownership, especially if you're a first-time buyer and haven't been through the planning and budgeting process before.
And, of course, be sure to work with an experienced Realtor®. The right agent will make all the difference in the world in helping you identify the right homes, as well as with helping you with all four of these tips to becoming a happy homeowner. 5 Benefits Of Hiring A Real Estate Professional When Buying Your Home.
Contact Carolinas Realty Partners if we can answer any questions you might have about the Charlotte metro housing market or about what shopping for your new home might entail. And be sure to check out the summer 2018 edtion of our Home Buyer Guide: "Things To Consider Before Buying A Home."
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If you are considering purchasing a home in the Charlotte metro area, I'd love an opportunity to earn your business, exceed your expectations, and to prove to you that:
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