Home Buying Process
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Buying a home is exciting, but also quite complicated. You have to know where you want to move, and that means understanding pricing trends, crime statistics, and school ratings. Even if you know where you want to live, you have to learn the basics of home construction so you can be sure you buy a well-built house. Also, you will want to learn about secured debts so you can secure financing at a decent interest rate and understand the terms of your mortgage. This section includes in-depth information and helpful tips on each phase of the home-purchasing process, from researching communities to making an offer and closing on your new home.More
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