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Buying a House

As an interested buyer I have been watching the real estate market in San Francisco (and not only) for many years and during this process (I placed several offers alone or with a partner) I learned a few things that I would like to share with anyone who might be interested. When we saw the house online there weren’t any photos except of the front of the house, so we were skeptical. This letter will help you determine how much you can afford, and help demonstrate that you can secure a home loan when you are ready to make an offer on a house. If you’re wringing your hands over how much to offer, consider asking the MoneySavers on this site’s House Buying, Selling & Renting board. I think we really began to get serious about buying a house when I came across a sale on Luanda St in Sylmar, …

Buying a House

Founded in 1993 by brothers Tom and David Gardner, The Motley Fool helps millions of people attain financial freedom through our website, podcasts, books, newspaper column, radio show, and premium investing services. The gold standard in buying a house is 20 percent down ― that is, you pay 20 percent of the purchase price upfront. Now that we have our preapproval in hand, we’ve been looking at houses trying to find the perfect one for us. We’ve been through a few houses, and while each one has a story and a nickname, we haven’t been able to find that one house that screams us. The house did not have a fridge when we moved in. I can see that as being a hindrance to a potential buyer.Buying a HouseBuying a House

Buyers should concentrate on whether buying is affordable and the right decision in the long-term, rather than panic over house prices or cave …

Buying a House

Founded in 1993 by brothers Tom and David Gardner, The Motley Fool helps millions of people attain financial freedom through our website, podcasts, books, newspaper column, radio show, and premium investing services. The gold standard in buying a house is 20 percent down ― that is, you pay 20 percent of the purchase price upfront. Now that we have our preapproval in hand, we’ve been looking at houses trying to find the perfect one for us. We’ve been through a few houses, and while each one has a story and a nickname, we haven’t been able to find that one house that screams us. The house did not have a fridge when we moved in. I can see that as being a hindrance to a potential buyer.Buying a HouseBuying a House

Buyers should concentrate on whether buying is affordable and the right decision in the long-term, rather than panic over house prices or cave …