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Whether you’re a first-time buyer or an old pro at the real
estate game, buying a home can be a daunting process. It’s an
emotional time filled with difficult choices—and each decision
you make has money riding on it.
Finding the right home to meet your family’s needs is hard enough. But knowing how to
avoid paying too much for that home once you’ve found it is another job entirely.
As someone who has helped countless buyers find their dream homes and save money at
the same time, I’ve developed this guide to help you avoid the pitfalls inherent in the homebuying
process. I’ll show you not only how to make sure you’ve found the right home, but also
how to negotiate a price to your advantage.
In today’s complex, fast-paced market, you can’t afford to learn these lessons through
trial and error.
How To Avoid Paying Too Much.
Tip No. 2
Getting a loan preapproval is the smart way to shop for a home. It tells
sellers that you’re a serious prospect, and you know in advance the maximum
mortgage you can afford. Make sure you get a commitment in writing.
I’ve seen many buyers make the mistake of learning what they qualify for but
not getting that preapproval in writing.
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Before you begin shopping, understand that there are two homes out there
vying for your interest—the one that meets your needs vs. the one that
fulfills your desires. In a perfect world, you’d find a home that satisfies both.
But since this isn’t a perfect world, you’re going to find yourself confronted