Buyers Resources

Eight Steps to Buying Your Home

Review the eight crucial steps you want to follow prior to buying your next home. We go over all of the points, from deciding to buy versus rent, securing your financing, to finding your dream home and getting to the Close. Call us at (512) 864-4734, and we’ll be happy to review all of the steps with you!

Deciding How Much House You Can Afford

Deciding how much you can afford should involve some careful attention to how your financial profile will change in the upcoming years. In the long run, your own peace of mind and security will matter most. Here are some considerations you should keep in mind.

Creating Your Home Wishlist

Before the home search begins, your real estate agent will want to know as much as possible about the features and amenities you desire. To help your agent better serve you, analyze what you want and what you need in a home’s features and amenities.

Location, Location, Location

Where you buy not only affects the home’s current and future value, but it also affects your lifestyle. Your agent will be able to conduct a more targeted home search if you outline your preferences in neighborhoods and nearby amenities. Here’s a checklist of items you should consider and communicate to your chosen real estate agent.

Opting for New Home Construction

Whether to buy an existing home or have one built is yet another decision to make during the home-buying process. If you decide to go with new construction, a real estate agent can be a powerful advocate in your corner as you negotiate upgrades, a move-in date and other terms with the home builder.

How Can A Real Estate Agent Help Me?

A Real Estate Agent isn’t just for sellers. A Real Estate Agent plays an important role for Home buyers as well. We are your advocate in the home buying process. Click here to see the seven main roles your agent plays on your behalf as you look to obtain your next dream home.

Eight Important Questions To Ask Your Agent

Qualifications are important. However, finding a solid, professional agent means getting beyond the resume, and into what makes an agent effective. Use the following questions as your starting point in hiring your licensed, professional real estate agent.

Contact Us About Buying A Home

We hope you have found these resources helpful. If you’re ready to take the next step, contact us now via our user friendly form, or call us at (512) 864-4734. We’re ready to help you find the home of your dreams!