Buyer’s Information and Services
It’s not uncommon for a first-time home buyer to say to me, “Gosh, just last week I called you about buying a home and now I’m in escrow! How did this happen so fast?”The answer is it didn’t. First-time home buyers start the search long before most even realize it.
Here’s what you can expect from your home shopping experience:
Benefits for a First-Time Home Buyer
You should buy a home. That’s what you’ve been hearing from friends and family, right? So, by now you have likely already decided that home ownership was the best decision for you. That’s a major hurdle now passed. You are focused and certain. Good.
Defining Search Parameters for a First-Time Home Buyer
Almost 80% of all home searches today begin on the Internet. With just a few clicks of the mouse,home buyers can search through hundreds of online listings, view virtual tours, and sort through dozens of photographs and aerial shots of neighborhoods and homes. You’ve probably defined your goals and have a pretty good idea of the type of you want. By the time you reach your real estate agent’s office, you are halfway to home ownership.
How Many Homes Will a Home Buyer See?
Studies show that your memory dramatically improves after consumption of carbs and slows upon consuming sugar. So, lay off the soft drinks and have a hearty meal of carbs before venturing out to tour homes. The average number of homes that I show to a buyer in one day is seven. Any more than that, and the brain is on overload. Therefore, don’t expect to see 20 or 30 homes; although it’s physically possible to do so, you probably will not remember specific details about any of them.
The “Red Shoes” Experience for a Home Buyer
Women will relate to this. Say, you need a new pair of red shoes. You go to the mall. At the first shoe store, you find a fabulous pair of red shoes. You try them on. They fit perfectly. They are glamorous. Priced right, too. Do you buy them? Of course not! You go to every other store in the mall trying on red shoes until you are ready to drop from exhaustion. Then you return to the first store and buy those red shoes. Do not shop for a home this way. When you find the perfect home, buy it.
Buying a home is a great foundation for a healthy financial lifestyle, and gives one satisfaction and pride in ownership.
Owning a home has many benefits, such as:
When you own your own home, your hard-earned dollars contribute to your mortgage. The equity you earn is yours. Over time, your home will increase in value.
I can provide you valuable and necessary information to help you understand the process and make a wise buying decision. I will take you through the planning process step-by-step, to help you determine which home is right for you. You will find a host of informative articles on mortgages, viewing homes, the offer, closing details and moving.
I, Henga Nayeri, am dedicated to my clients. My main goal is to get you the home you want, in the right amount of time, at the best possible price.
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