• please speak with your mortgage lender to confirm your conditional pre-approved maximum allowed

  • do you know which area you're looking for?

  • are school boundaries a factor? Locate a school via our Links page

  • decide if you're willing to renovate to your liking or want a home "ready to move in"

Buying a home can seem like a frightening prospect. Whether it's your first home or your fifth, so much is at stake-your savings, your credit rating, and you're financial freedom. It's difficult to find the courage to sign on the dotted line even if you want that home very, very badly.

How do you determine whether the purchase of a home makes sense? What's the easiest way to examine the whole picture from emotions to economics? We suggest that you read this entire report before you go house hunting. You'll learn how to separate whims from true needs. You'll discover how to prepare a game plan for your real estate venture how to research effectively, choose wisely, finance appropriately and survive the whole procedure with your smile in place.

1. Establish your needs and your wants.

2. Determine how much you can afford.

3. Get pre-qualified or pre-approved by a lender.

4. Find a good real estate agent to help you CONTACT ME!

5. Find a home that meets your needs.

6. Make an offer to buy a home.