Buying A Home: Introduction
By Amy Fontinelle
Many people go through life thinking that they could never buy a home. Maybe they think they can't afford it, or they think that their credit isn't good enough. Perhaps the whole process of buying a home is just so daunting and complicated that they wouldn't even think of dreaming of home ownership.
The unknowns of buying a home shouldn't be a deterrent to you getting your dream home. Research and diligence can unlock the mysteries of the process and enable you to buy a home without feeling too lost or overwhelmed. Fortunately, there are plenty of resources to explain the procedure to you. This tutorial will take you through the entire process of buying a home - from the "simple" stuff, like finding a place that you like, and the complicated stuff, like applying for a loan.
With this chronological, step-by-step explanation of the home buying process, you will know everything you should be thinking about and doing at each point of the process. Sure, the process can still be difficult, stressful and draining, but at least you'll know what to expect and understand what's happening at every step along the way. You don't have to rent forever if you don't want to. Reading the detailed explanations, advice and suggestions here will prepare you to tackle buying a home without fear. (For resources on how to decide if you're ready to be a homeowner, see To Rent Or Buy? The Financial Issues and To Rent Or Buy? There's More To It Than Money.)
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