Once you find the home you want, it typically takes 30-45 days to close.
Does my credit score matter when buying a home?
Typically, most lenders prefer a 640 or higher credit score. However, there are select lenders who will approve loans with lower scores.
Can I work with more than one realtor?
Realtors get paid for our time, expertise, and customer service. But we don’t get paid until closing day. So choose one realtor and stick with them! It saves everyone lots of headache and hassle.
Does the agent from the sign in the yard have to show me the house?
No, any licensed agent can show any home! Real estate agents cooperate with one another to get homes sold! So, call your realtor and schedule the appointment with them!
Do I have to get a home inspection?
Home inspections are vital to the home buying process. While not required to obtain an inspection legally, all buyers should have their prospective home inspected to make sure it isn’t hiding any problems that may be costly to repair.
What is the difference in the home inspection and the appraisal?
Your lender will require that an valuation appraisal of the property be completed to ensure the home is worth what they are lending. The home inspection is something that the buyer will have done independently to ensure the home is free from major issues.
When do I get to move in?
You will be free to occupy the home once the closing is complete. On closing day, you will get the keys to your castle. So you will be free to move in!.
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