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If you are considering shopping for a home this year, here are some things to stay in mind as you begin your home search (even if you are shopping from the comfort of your couch):

1️⃣ Look & consider your budget

2️⃣ Prioritize your wants/needs list

3️⃣ Narrow down a location

4️⃣ Think about potential resale value

5️⃣ Find a great agent you connect with – one who will guide you throughout the entire process.

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Buying your very first house is exciting, but can also be trying, and stressful. Let me help take the stress out of the equation and make this a more enjoyable and exciting time for you!

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Spring is here! What better topic to chat about than #realestate, of course?! 🏡
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Need a helping hand in finding your #dreamhome this spring? Don’t be shy — shoot me DM and I’ll show you just how easy it is to get started. 🙌

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I have the perfect cocktail recipe 😜.

 

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Let’s hear it 🤔

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Let’s talk good news about the buying process, shall we?

 

A recent survey found that right now that buyer’s remorse is rare #noregrets. If anything, we are finding our buyers to be quite thankful they purchased a home sooner rather than later, especially in this quickly appreciating market. 

 

Questions? Shoot me a message to learn why today’s market is so promising for homebuyers.

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Saving up to buy a home? Here are three tips that can help you save:

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1) Attack that debt: Begin with your smallest debts and work your way up to the largest. This is called “The Snowball Method” and it has been proven to work wonders!

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2) Create an emergency fund: This is typically three to six months of expenses in case of emergencies. This way, if something comes up you won’t have to dip into that new home fund you’ve worked so hard to build up.

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3) Establish your goal/wants: Make a list of the ideal neighborhoods, features you would want in a home, & then work with an experienced real estate agent & lender to set a realistic budget. If you’re getting a mortgage, aim for a monthly payment of no more than 25% of your monthly take-home pay. 

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The time change has happened, the weather is warming up, & those flowers are blooming. 🌸 It’s spring..! 🌸 It’s also a perfect time for a #newHOME.🏡 Who’s ready for a fresh start?

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Because of its prominent role in the home buying process, it’s important for buyers to understand what a credit score is, how it’s compiled and how to obtain their credit report. 😇

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There is no better time than the present to find a space to enhance your life. 🌳🏡🌳

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Remember when you asked the question, “When is the best time to buy a home?” and your Realtor responded, “Now!”? 🌸 As I’m sure you’ve seen with our shortage of homes on the market, the time to buy is currently “Yesterday!”

🏡 If you’re thinking about selling your home, your time to sell is “Now!” Don’t miss the boat on this one, or until that answer changes to “Yesterday!”

💵 Interested in selling your home this spring? Let’s get you moving on to better things – Contact me today!

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You’ve heard it once, you’ve heard it a million times! There really is no better time than NOW to buy the home of your dreams. 💫

Looking to build a bigger home?🏠

Or maybe you want to downsize in your favorite neighborhood?📍

Maybe your current home just doesn’t fit your needs anymore. 

Whether you’re looking to sell your current home or buy a new one, this gal can help you obtain your home buying & selling goals!

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These past couple of years have made a lot of people rethink their housing needs.  Are you contemplating a move based on your new lifestyle needs? We can help you find the perfect home to suit your new lifestyle. 🏠

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Common Question Alert: To buy a home or to rent? 

Buying a home is probably one of the biggest financial decisions you’ll make of your adult life. 

There are many factors to take into consideration when thinking about buying a home; your finances, your neighborhood/location preference, future plans, the current market, etc. 

Want to chat about all of the other pros with a pro? Let’s grab coffee & I’ll help you determine if you’re ready to go down the road of homeownership. 🗝🏠

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A solid foundation, functional layout, & good bones of a home is important but the list doesn’t stop there! In 2021 home buyers have a different mantra: Buyers want it all, and they want it under budget. If you had to choose, what would be your dream homes #1 must have?
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A) Chef’s Kitchen
B) Space that Flows
C ) Home Office
D ) Walk-in Closets
E) A “Man Cave”

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Who’s ready to take their lifestyle to the next level?!🙋‍♀️🙋‍♀️

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Five tips for success in the home buying process:

>>Trust to Your Real Estate Agent

Your real estate agent can truly be an asset in helping you to stay focused. Especially when the home buying process can be a very emotional experience. A real estate professional is the expert guide you can lean on and advise you when you’re ready to make an offer.

>>Knowing Your Finances
Knowing your budget and how much house you can afford is the number one component is beginning the search for a new home. It’s important to get pre-approved for a loan before you even consider walking through the door of a potential home. In doing this, it will not only show the sellers you’re a serious and qualified buyer, it will also eliminate any disappointment of looking at homes in the wrong price point.

>>Be Prepared to Act Swiftly
Today’s market is a very competitive one.  It is essential to stay agile and alert in your home search. As soon as you find the right home, be ready to act quickly in making an offer.

>>Make a Fair Offer
It’s only natural to want the most bang for your buck. However, Freddie Mac warns that submitting an offer that’s too low can lead sellers to doubt how serious you are as a buyer or even offend the sellers to where they are no longer interested in working with you. Don’t make an offer that will be tossed out as soon as it’s received.

>>Be Flexible 
After submitting an offer, the seller may accept it, reject it, or counter it with their own wants or needs. In a competitive market like today, it’s important to stay flexible throughout the negotiation process to create a win-win situation for both.

Today’s competitive market makes it more important than ever to use a highly qualified real estate agent who can help guide you throughout the home buying process and get you into your dream home. Send me a message if you’re thinking about beginning the home buying process! 

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🔐 If you are moving to a new home, be sure to replace your locks and deadbolts. 

It’s an easy task to switch out your locks and deadbolts to your new home and will protect your valuables and your family. 🔑.

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Prequalification is an early step in your home buying journey. When you prequalify for a home loan, you’re getting an estimate of what you might be able to borrow, based on the information you provide about your finances, as well as a credit check.

Preapproval is as close as you can get to confirming your creditworthiness without having a purchase contract in place. You will complete a mortgage application and the lender will verify the information you provide. They’ll also perform a credit check. If you’re preapproved, you’ll receive a preapproval letter, which is an offer (but not a commitment) to lend you a specific amount, good for 90 days.

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Home Buyer Step 1: Make sure your finances are in order and that your credit is in good standing. Ensuring you are prepared to buy a home before you start the house-hunting process can save you a lot of time & disappointment down the road!

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Happiness comes from many places, and owning a home happens to be one of them.🏠

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We all have our reason on why we want to buy a new home. What is your reason? 

A.) Family is growing

B.) Renovate & put our own flare on our home

C.) Stop renting 

D.) Lifestyle needs have change 

What is your reason? Comment below! ❤️🏠

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It’s not easy finding that perfect house. 🏠

⏰ I’ll save your time and stress by only showing you homes that meet your needs, your preferences, and your budget. 💵

I love searching for homes as much as you love finding one! Let me be your guide. 😁

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A new home means new exciting beginnings, a new neighborhood, new friends, and new areas to explore. 

HOUSES are made of wood and cement but HOMES are made with the memories built inside of them.

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Price always comes top of mind but leverage the other pieces of the negotiation to your advantage and work with your realtor to make an offer the seller can’t refuse.

 

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Are you ready to make a move? 

According to my predictions, mortgage rates are low and I can sell your home quickly.  

Let’s get together and talk about your home goals for this year! ✔️

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5 most important mortgage terms to know before you buy a house.    

I’m here to help you through every step of the process. Let me know if you have any questions at all.

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Are you planning to buy a home this 2021? 🤔

If you are a home buyer in this current housing market, you should be alert. It’s a relief that more sellers are putting their houses on the market. 😄

 

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There are a lot of factors that go into selecting the location that would be the best fit for you.

Like, your budget for buying/building your home, proximity to your office would determine your daily commute and in turn, impact the quality of your life.

What are your thoughts on location being an important role in the home buying process? Let me know in the comments.

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I’m always here to help answer any questions you might have about the buying or selling process!

 

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Whether you are a first-time home buyer, looking to downsize, upgrade, or start over, I believe there is no one better to deliver an exceptional home buying/selling experience than me. 🏡📦🔑

 

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Are you tired of renting or struggling to save that full deposit?

I can help you buy your first home sooner than you think. 💡

 

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BUYERS Tip Time! 🎉

You are more than likely going to have some surprises when some extra expenses appear. Moreover, there are taxes and fees to consider and also maintenance and repair that your home may need.

So the wise thing to do would be to keep some money in a high-interest savings account that’ll help you to earn a few extra dollars while you’re waiting for the whole process to go through. 🔑 

 

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Watch out for these 3 “whoopsies” on your credit report. 

❌ 𝐃𝐞𝐥𝐢𝐧𝐪𝐮𝐞𝐧𝐜𝐲 𝐨𝐫 𝐔𝐧𝐩𝐚𝐢𝐝 𝐝𝐞𝐛𝐭

This can make the lender think that you’re unable or unlikely to pay your payments on time, or at all. 

❌ 𝐓𝐨𝐨 𝐦𝐚𝐧𝐲 𝐢𝐧𝐪𝐮𝐢𝐫𝐢𝐞𝐬 𝐨𝐧 𝐲𝐨𝐮𝐫 𝐜𝐫𝐞𝐝𝐢𝐭 𝐫𝐞𝐩𝐨𝐫𝐭

This is a red flag that gives the impression that you may be in financial trouble. Avoid applying for a surplus of loans, credit cards, or instances that would involve pulling your credit. 

❌ 𝐇𝐢𝐠𝐡 𝐔𝐭𝐢𝐥𝐢𝐳𝐚𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧 𝐑𝐚𝐭𝐞

This can give the impression that you’re not able to pay for your obligations. Try to keep your utilization rate below 30% and  make payments each month or in full if possible.

 

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Surveys show kitchens continue to make or break the love affair potential homebuyers have with a home.

What do you think? Do you agree with the fact that the kitchen is the most important room in your new home?

Let me know in the comments below. 

 

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🤔 Does it seem like houses are getting more and more expensive these days? 💵

You aren’t just imagining things—NAR reported last week that the median sales price of single-family homes rose 24.4% year-over-year in 2021 and jumped another 19% from 2021 to 2022. These are the highest readings since 1969 and 1999, respectively. 🤯

While this may seem like bad news for buyers, you shouldn’t be deterred by rising prices. 📈

Historically low-interest rates 📉have helped to make homes more affordable, even as they continue increasing in value.

 🚨 Although a small change in interest rates may not seem drastic, it can actually save you tens of thousands of dollars over the lifespan of your loan

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Buying a home is one of the biggest financial decisions you will ever make. 🏠 It’s imperative to learn as much as you can before you sign on that dotted line and purchase your new place.

Below, are 5️⃣ things you should do before purchasing a home:

1.  Meet with your real estate agent.

2. Get pre-approved for a mortgage loan.

3. Define your search criteria

4. Begin touring homes

5. Accurately track your expenses

 

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Buying a home gives you a space of your own. No one can tell you what to do or how to do it. And did we mention there’s no landlord? 🏡📦🔑

 

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Without an agent, you’ll have to do your own negotiation.

Negotiating an offer is very different from, say, buying a car, because the risks in buying a home far exceed price considerations. 

 

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🏠Rent vs Own 🗝

Owning your own home vs. renting may lead to some great options, such as locking in your monthly payments and having the freedom to customize your living space. Build your own wealth, rather than that of your landlords!

 

 

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📚 Is the home zoned for quality public schools? Is it located near well-regarded private schools? How is the overall local school district?

 ❓These are questions to consider when assessing a home’s location and potential resale value. This is especially true if the city you live in is family-oriented, and if you have school-age children. Remember, though, that even if you do not have school-age children, the quality of the schools remains an important consideration.

Owning a home in a good school district is one of the best ways to retain and grow your home’s value.

Contact me today and let me help you in buying a home.

 

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