Consider your options. People sometimes begin the home buying process without actually thinking about or reviewing their own preferences or circumstances. Other times, family members know their preferences but have conflicting choices. There are many situations that can affect the ultimate decision, but it’s easier to find what you are looking for once you know what that is. This is why the DearMonty.com goal is to help make the most informed buying decisions possible.
There are many reasons to buy a home: an investment property to rent out, a place to live for yourself, or a chance to put your construction and design skills to work with a fixer-upper. Before you even begin looking, it’s a good idea to sit down and take a minute to think about what exactly your goals are before you make a big real estate purchase. Click here to learn the details.
Let’s look at some specific questions sent in by DearMonty readers from across the country. Read more Q&A articles about the “Determining Preferences” stage of the Home Buying process: