The Comprehensive Guide
to Buying Your First Home without losing money
The Comprehensive Guide
to Buying Your First Home without losing money
how much you actually need to have when it comes to buying a home
are you throwing away money for renting and should you buy a home right now?
how to get the best interest rate on your home so you save the most money
if you can actually afford a mortgage
trying to buy a home when you don’t know what all of those confusing terms real estate agents talk about like escrow and earnest money deposit even mean
Then this is the perfect guide for you!
Buying a house is an important life step that you don’t want to take lightly, especially if you don’t come from generational wealth. But believe when I say that your dream home is within reach – all you need are the right tools.
A lot of the jargon when it comes to buying your first home can get confusing, when all you want is something straightforward to help you get a full picture of your finances, and the house buying process, without getting overwhelmed.
With this guide, you don’t have to worry about that. I’m giving you everything you need to feel confident that you’re ‘adulting’ like a real pro! Whether you’re ready to start the process today or want to plan for later down the line, this guide will be the ultimate resource for you to refer back to when it feels right for you.
you knew exactly what to save for a down payment
you knew about all of the hidden fees so you felt confident with your purchase
you knew all of the secret ways to get the best possible interest rate saving you tens of thousands of dollars
you knew all of the steps of the process and real estate terms so that the banks and lenders couldn’t take advantage of you
next year you were standing in the front lawn of your dream home holding the keys
Let’s do this!
The workbook will take you through the basics and beyond, including:
You’ll also be given journaling prompts throughout to help you manifest the home of your dreams. Whether that’s a Pinterest worthy city condo, an expansive 3-bedroom house surrounded by trees, or a cute bungalow by the sea, you will get the home you deserve!
This guide will also have a dictionary of terms that explain common buying lingo so that you don’t feel lost in your conversations with your realtor, banks or sellers. This workbook will give you the framework to confidently guide you through the home buying process every step of the way.
Everything you need to know about the home buying process
and confidently closing on your first home without losing money.
The Home Buying Workbook
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