Tuesday, May 7, 2013

New House Search

Looking for a new house is very exciting and stressful at the same time. There are so many factors that go into finding that perfect house. One of those factors is your attitude and knowing that there is no one perfect house and that compromises will have to be made along the way; compromises in floor plans, compromise with your spouse, compromise with options and with purchase budget. The very best advise I can give is to get pre-approved first before you do anything. And, if you are looking at new construction homes then you need to decide if you will be taking a real estate agent with you or negotiate on your own. By the way, the sales manager and sales assistant are not on your side when it comes to negotiations. My advise is to take an agent with you that represents you and your interests and best of all the builder pays the agents fee, not you.

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