1. Homebuyers' Walkthrough: Introduction
  2. Homebuyers' Walkthrough: Reasons to Buy
  3. Homebuyers' Walkthrough: Buying New Versus Previously-Owned
  4. Homebuyers' Walkthrough: Considerations When Buying A Home
  5. Homebuyers' Walkthrough: Which Type Of Mortgage Is Best?
  6. Homebuyers' Walkthrough: Obtaining A Mortgage
  7. Homebuyers' Walkthrough: Buying A First Home
  8. Homebuyers' Walkthrough: When To Sell And Buy A Move-Up Home
  9. Homebuyers' Walkthrough: Homes For Retirement
  10. Homebuyers' Walkthrough: Conclusion
Buying a home is usually the single largest investment that a person will ever make. For most buyers, the process is lengthy, and emotionally and financially demanding. Understanding the elements of home buying - from finding the perfect home to financing it - can help ensure the process goes as smoothly and efficiently as possible. Homebuyers' Walkthrough: Reasons to Buy

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