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Begin by assessing your budget, getting pre-approved for a mortgage, and hiring a real estate agent to help you find properties that match your criteria.
Consider factors like location, size, condition, price, neighborhood, and amenities. Make a checklist of your priorities to guide your search.
A home inspection is an assessment of the property's condition. It's highly recommended to identify any potential issues before closing the deal. You can negotiate repairs or pricing based on the inspection results.
-Researching the market -Getting pre-approved for a mortgage -Finding a real estate agent -House hunting -Making an offer -Home inspection and appraisal -Closing the deal
-A fixed-rate mortgage has a constant interest rate throughout the loan term. -An adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM) has an interest rate that can change periodically, typically after an initial fixed period.