5 Mistakes First-time Home Buyers Make

Dated: 11/04/2019

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5 Mistakes First-time Home Buyers Make
Buying a home can be overwhelming - especially for first-time buyers. 

Want to make sure you do it right? Avoid these all-too-common first-timer mistakes:
  1. Not getting to know the neighborhood. Walk around, drive the streets, and make sure it's a place that feels safe and has the amenities you're looking for.
  2. Forgetting to think long-term. Even if you don't have kids just yet, look at school districts and playgrounds.
  3. Skipping pre-approval. Getting pre-approved for a mortgage doesn't just make your home purchase easier; it helps point you toward an appropriate price range, too.
Forgoing an agent's help can be a big mistake, too. Make sure you reach out for guidance!
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Shirley Botansky

Originally a Civil Engineer, I am a dedicated Real Estate Professional. Backed by strong professional skills and the brand power of RE/MAX, You can trust me to provide knowledge, care and results. I ....

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