Buying your first home is a major milestone. Whether you want to buy your first home this month or in five years, there’s a lot to learn and prepare for. You’ll need to understand what lenders are looking for in mortgage prospects and how to get your finances in order to make sure you get approved. You’ll also want to make sure you’re buying a house that you can afford and that you’re prepared for the financial responsibilities of home ownership. If you’re thinking about buying a home anytime soon, start here:
- How Much House Can You Afford?
- First-Time Home Buyer’s Mortgage Checklist
- Should You Buy a Foreclosed Home?
- 5 Things to Remember When Buying Your First Home
First-Time Home Buyer Tax Credit
Will you be ready to buy a first home in 2009? If so, you may qualify for a $8,000 federal tax credit. Learn all about how to claim the first-time home buyer tax credit and read my frequently asked questions about the first time home buyer tax credit so you can take full advantage!
Home Buying Tools
Are you ready to buy your first home soon? Get the process started today: