Things I Wish I Had Known Before Buying My First House
What you'll learn
- Save Thousands by Following these key tips! Purchase a home like an expert!
- Develop Strategies to Find Experts in Your Area
- How to get a Good Deal on a House
- Avoid these mistakes when Buying a home.
- Review all the major components of Home Purchasing
- The desire to own a home and stop paying rent.
For most people, buying a home is the most important first step to securing their financial future, but the prices can seem intimidating, and the process can make some feel lost. But there is no reason to put off this purchase for lack of knowledge. You don't need to be an expert - if you can find the right experts to guide you.
In this course, you will learn how to establish a budget, find a qualified lender who will set you up for success, find an expert house hunter who will find a home that avoids risk and satisfies the best fit for your needs today - all without breaking the bank. We review the basic considerations you should be making to find the right location to begin your search and avoid wasting time in places where you aren’t likely to be met with success. Tips for avoiding problems at every step, including making sure you have a quality lender and tips on avoiding the mistakes that many first time buyers fall into. Even tips for what pre-foreclosures are and how to buy land are all included. Best practices for offer writing are also reviewed. Specific lessons for condos and the complexity and risks that HOA's can introduce. Extra topics include understanding how to pre-approved for more money and how to buy foreclosures, all presented by a 20+ year expert in house hunting. There is over 3 hours of useful content in this course!
Who this course is for:
- First time home buyers and those who want to buy a house better!
Matt Heisler is a real-estate professional and owner Vanderbilt Properties, LLC. He has been selling homes in MA for buyers and sellers for over 20 years. He is an expert in foreclosure purchases, short-sale purchases, short-sale sales, buy and hold investing, fix and flip investing, and of course traditional residential home sales. He is happy to take questions as they pertain to real estate on Title V, Radon, Termites, Sump Pumps, Roofs, Foundations, Wells, Septic Systems, Cash-Flow, Staging, Home Improvement, Deisgn and build, land, and a host of other housing challenges in a complex and increasingly sophisticated marketplace.