Intelligently Buy your Property

Preparing for purchase

  • Check your credit history and FICO score.
  • Get mortgage pre-approval
  • Find out what type of mortgages you quality for
  • Consider hiring an attorney to review all contracts and agreements associated with the home buying process
  • Save up for a down payment (typically 10-20% of property’s value; if FHA-qualified, then possibly less)
  • Consider closing costs which can include taxes, attorney’s fees, transfer fees, as well as utilities and deposits.

Find your Property

  • Determine what is important to you, such as:
  • particular schools, neighborhood amenities, monthly mortgage payment, public transportation, walkability, etc.
  • Make sure you include home owner’s assessments, utilities, and taxes when calculating the monthly mortgage payment


The Art of Buying Real Estate in America

Home Inspections

Making an Offer