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  • Quan Barnett


Starting a home search can feel a little like wandering into a forest, And while we all like to dream and wonder, getting serious about finding a home to buy will eventually require a series of choices based on what’s possible and practical. If you’re looking to buy a home, here are some general rules that can help you find a home that works for you now and in the future.

People want to live at a pace where they will feel safe, where it's walkable, where they will have proximity to shopping, services, and leisure activities, close to family and friends, and many more reasons depending on individuals.

There are some home features that are of high priority to the majority of home buyers, and these are:

It must be within their budget: Getting a home that fits into our pocket size is one of the things people consider before buying a home. While looking at homes above your price range can be fun and provide you with a sense of the market, it also can set you up for disappointment if you fall for a home outside your price range. The preferred number of bedrooms: there is always a particular number of preferred bedrooms in the mind of every homeowner and it has a higher preference to the homeowner. Private outdoor space Air conditioning Preferred size.

Every first time home buyer should also consider:

Searching for the right price and will require you to know how to set your home buying budget, and getting a pre-approved lender for a loan can be of help. Prioritization of location: If you can’t find or afford a home in your ideal neighborhood, work with your agent to determine what is most important to you so you can find a location that best suits your lifestyle, needs, and budget. Proximity to downtown, community attributes, school district quality, flood zone status and home orientation on the property must be considered when dealing with location. Property condition: in considering the property whether it’s ready to move in, needs repair, checking the condition of costly systems like exterior cracks, inefficient windows, damaged roofs, and many more are needed to be considered. New homeowners should focus less and minor cosmetic details like house painting, furnishings, landscaping, and many more. Sticking with your must-haves: there are many experiences you come across when finding a new home but sticking to what you want is a very important thing to always put in mind.

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