realtor Buying and funding a home is a big step. Before you begin the home buying process, it’s important to take a few minutes to understand how the process works. We’ve developed a list of the six key components to help you alleviate stress and stay on top of your home purchase.

  1. Get Pre-qualified! 

It’s exciting to start shopping for a house, but before you start the hunt make sure you team up with your Loan Originator to know what you can afford.

  1. Find a Real Estate Agent

Shopping for a home can be a joyful experience, but with so many questions and obstacles that can arise throughout the process, it’s important to have a professional to rely on. If you are looking for a referral, your Loan Originator will happily introduce you to one of his or her trusted real estate partners!

  1. Start Shopping

When buying a home, it helps to know what you are looking for. Before you start, make a list of your key features, then review it with your Realtor. Be sure to consider home price, size, features, location and style.

  1. Make an Offer

While your Realtor is your key partner at this step, make sure you review your offer with your Loan Originator before submitting it and accepting an offer.

  1. Get Inspected

Hire a home inspector to complete a thorough review of the property before signing the purchase agreement. Make sure you send this to your Loan Originator before signing!

  1. Finally – Sign on the dotted line!

It’s time to sign the purchase and sales agreements. Congratulations and welcome to your new home! For more information about the mortgage and home buying process, check out our What To Expect page, or call to speak with one of our experienced loan officers today! 401-943-9200

 

 

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