By Rebekah Radice
Ask for references and listen to what other people have to say about their experiences with a particular agent. Ultimately, you want to find someone that knows your area, has a good grasp on current market conditions and that you feel comfortable with.
4. Decide if You Will Build or Buy Resale
Are you going to buy an existing home or build something new? There are pros and cons to both, with each a reflection of your lifestyle and needs.
This calls for thorough research to identify which of the above is beneficial to you as an aspiring homeowner.
5. Location, Location, Location
Location is one of the key factors to consider in any home purchase. Make sure that you buy a home in areas where the value of property is set to increase as opposed to those with low prices and high chances of stagnation.
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