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Tips For First Time Buyers

Dated: August 28 2019

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Now is a great time to be a first time buyer ! Here are my top three tips for first time buyers 

1. Get Pre-Approved! 

By getting pre-approved through a mortgage broker, you'll know your exact budget for your first home, and when you find it, be able to make the strongest offer possible because of your pre-approval.

2. Find a Realtor

This seems like an obvious next step, but finding the right realtor is very important in your journey to home ownership.  You'll want to find one who has experience in the type of home you want to purchase (condo's, new areas, etc), but also one you "click" with! A Realtor who understands your needs and wants, and has the time to show you homes on YOUR schedule.

3. Take Your Time

Although you may want to jump on the first home you see that "checks all the boxes", there's nothing wrong seeing a few more to make sure you're making the right decision.  I firmly believe that I'm helping you find a home, not "selling you one". 

Hope you found these tips helpful, and for more information, reach out to me at 403-585-6908.


Happy home hunting! 

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Mark Neustaedter

Compassion, patience and honesty. Those are just a few words that my clients use to describe me as their Realtor. There are many Realtors for you to choose from, but when you make the decision to wo....

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