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Real Estate Frequently Asked Questions

Posted by: futurex-properties
Category: Real Estate

We decided to write on real estate frequently asked questions to erase doubts and fear.

People are naturally curious, and it’s an agent’s job to guide people through the often-complex world of home buying and selling.

You might also imagine that some questions about real estate come up more often than others.

Whether you’re a first-time buyer or repeat buyer who could use a refresher on how deals get done.

Here are some real estate frequently asked questions:

I’ve never purchased a home before. Where should I begin?
Actually, you’ve already started the process. Fact-finding and reading articles is a great way to become a smart customer.

The highest priorities to focus on before you begin searching for specific areas, neighbourhoods or homes would be to:

Also, Familiarize yourself with your personal finances.
Carefully review your budget and begin to eliminate as much debt as possible.
Have a down payment and earnest money ready when the time comes to act and make your offer.
Your next step is to contact us. As your home buying specialists, we’ll protect your interest and manage the details of the real estate transaction on your behalf to your complete satisfaction.

How big is an acre?

An acre of land is an area of land equal to 43,560 square feet. It is often compared to the size of a football field (without the end zones). One square mile is equal to 640 acres, called a “section”.

Should I order a home inspection?

Yes! Home inspections are required if you plan on financing your home However, home inspections are highly recommended because they can reveal defects in the home that are not easily detected.

Home inspections bring peace of mind to one of the biggest investments of a lifetime.

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