Buying A House Guide
Buying a house or any property for that matter is typically one of the largest purchases you will make in your life. It can also be life changing – On one hand you feel free from being controlled by a landlord, but on the other hand you have a big financial commitment with mortgage payments and other costs going out regularity. There is a reasonable logical sequential process involved in buying a house. In order to avoid making expensive mistakes it’s best to learn about all aspects of house buying before jumping in. We’ve set out the following buying a house guide in a sequential order to help you consider most of the important factors in a logical order.
This buying a house guide is explained in the following stages:
Is it best for you to own or rent?
What are all the costs including the hidden ones ? Make a budget so you know what you can afford before you’re in too deep!
If you already own a house but want to buy a house in another area or move into a larger of smaller house. There are a number of things you need to consider.
You need to allow for incidental and ongoing costs once you’ve moved in.
We’ve all got big dreams, but some may have to be a longer term goal. So sort out your priorities.
There’s a lot of things you need to consider before making an offer.
Know the difference between building types and associated ownership models.
How do I buy it? The seller has a number of choices as to how they can sell the property you need to understand the differences.
Where can you find what you want?
Know what your buying before you own it, to avoid the pitfalls!
Yes, I want it! There’s a process you need to go through. Learn about it here.