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  1. March 22, 2017 The Do’s and Don’ts for Families Looking for Real Estate Properties Image 1: Tips You’d Want to Follow When Shopping for Any Type of Real Estate The real estate market offers a wide range of choices. Whatever type of home you need, you can definitely find one. This, however, is a double-edged sword. While you can ensure that your best match is out there somewhere, finding it can be difficult and time-consuming because of the number of options available. This is why you must know and learn important do’s and don’ts when shopping for a house, especially if it’s your first time. Page | 1

  2. Do Sort Out Your Needs from Your Wants If you’re on a strict budget, it’s important to differentiate your needs from your wants. There are features that are necessary for your lifestyle, and there are those you can live without. Write them all down and then prioritize each one. This way, you can base your purchasing decision on your deal breakers and features you can live without. Do Explore the Neighborhood You shouldn’t only focus on the house you’re buying. You should also check the neighborhood it’s in because it can significantly affect your living condition. Before purchasing, take a walk around the neighborhood. Visit the local park and nearby commercial spots. You may also want to talk to some people there to have a feel of the kind of community you’ll be living in. If you’re comfortable in it, then it’s a good sign you’re in the right place. Don’t Let Your Emotions Get in the Way Love at first sight can also happen when you’re buying a house. However, emotions can hinder you from making a sound decision. Some buyers put an offer on the first house they fall in love with only to realize that it doesn’t suit their current life situation. Others get too attached to a house and become worried that someone else might buy it first, so they rush into a decision. It’s okay to get excited over a house but it’s best to set your feelings aside and talk to a real estate professional, preferably an exclusive buyer’s agent, to get expert advice. Don’t Forgo the Home Inspection Never buy a house without checking its every corner. Doing so is a recipe for disaster because you won’t know the flaws that come with the house. Since you’re going to invest a lot money in it, it’s just right to know where every cent is going. When doing a home inspection, don’t forget to check the condition of the roof, the cooling and heating systems, the plumbing, and the foundation, among other crucial areas. When it comes to the inspection, hire a professional to do it for you. These do’s and don’ts will guide you in making the right purchasing decision. Combining this knowledge with assistance from an exclusive buyer’s agent will definitely help you find your dream home more easily. About Buyer’s Choice Realty: Since 1990, Buyer’s Choice Realty has been helping people find the best homes. Our commitment lies in our desire to help our clients live a happy life, so we will help you locate, evaluate, and negotiate the price of your dream house. Rest assured we’ll be there for you every step of the way. Page | 2

  3. Sources: The Do’s and Don’ts of Buying a Home, Fortunebuilders.com Dos and Don’ts for a First-Time Home Buyer, Realtormag.realtor.org Page | 3