a Homebuyer's Education Class
With A Housing Counselor for One on One Help
With A Lender
With A Real Estate Agent (if needed)
An Offer On A Home
Earnest Money Contract
- Order Inspections
When you decide
to purchase a home, a very important step to consider is a Home Inspection.
An Inspection will be done by a licensed and impartial Inspector hired
by you to tell you what might be wrong with the house. The report can
include information that varies from structural repairs, termite damage,
improper wiring or ventilation, and plumbing issues. They will also
check the roof, walls, windows, doors, insulation, and the heating and
air conditioning system.
After a visual walk through by the Inspector, you will be prepared to
see if the home is in purchasing condition. You will be informed about
the types of repairs that could be needed or what the seller needs to
have repaired before he can sell it.
This report can save you up a considerable amount of money down the
road if the house has hidden problems and can possibly affect your decision
to purchase the home.
Whether you are buying an older home or a newly constructed home, an
inspection is always a good idea.