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First time home buyer

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First time home buyer

By Marlen Vences   
Posted on Jul 19, 2018 in Topic: General
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Frederick McGee
about 5 months ago
Contact Frederick McGee.. He a First time home buying specialist at 713-548-3125


about 5 months ago
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Michelle Garcia
about 5 months ago
Marlen!

My name is Michelle Garcia and I work with RE/MAX Signature and I specialize in first time home buyers. I would love to set up an appointment with you to help you get started Would you be interested in meeting with me this week?


about 5 months ago
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Sonal Shah
about 5 months ago
I can get you signed up for first time home Buyer club so you can watch the video and understand the home buying process. I have homes in areas where I can get you down payment assistance or the program which can qualify you with 0% down payment.

Please text me set up a First phone appointment.

Sonal Shah, CNE, SMP
United Real Estate,
713-398-6566
WWW.SonalShahRealty.com


about 5 months ago
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Joseph Fernandez
about 5 months ago
Hie Marlen,

Checkout my blog "Should I Buy Now.." I wrote it to help individuals that are first time home buyers. I would love to have the opportunity to work with you and help you with one of your biggest investment. I work with an experienced team that will help you meet your needs. If you have questions please contact me @ 281-889-5391/joseph@leovaldez.com.


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https://www.har.com/blog_63316_should-i-buy-now-or-wait-4-6-months-from-now\n

about 5 months ago
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Kimberly Beebe
about 5 months ago
The first step is to get Pre-Approved. You want to make sure you are looking at homes that are in your payment range. There are many loans out there for first time homebuyers and it is important for you to find the right lender with the loan that will be best for you. The second step is to contact an agent to help you, and sit down with that agent to discuss with them your home buying needs and wants. From this step, your agent will guide you through the process. If you are interested in an E-book with some valuable information, you can call me at (979) 236-2628 or email me at kim@kimbeebe.com


about 5 months ago
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Ryan Kohn
about 4 months ago
Hey Marlen,
Step 1: As previously describe d in almost all responses, start talking to a lender. I love Rick Bevard at Gold Financial and he is my go to referral. If you want to know the ins and outs, what to expect and what you can afford he can tell you quickly and painlessly. 281-450-3950
Step 2: Find a Realtor to assist you. Call me Biased, But Ryan Kohn is my favorite. I have included 2 links to go into a little more detail about what we actually do, or at least what agents should do for you.
Step 3: Start looking. Taking what you can qualify to purchase, what you are comfortable paying (there are times when you are qualified to purchase more or less than what you are comfortable with monthly and closing/down payment costs.) I can generate a personal search, looking at only the homes that fit your criteria which can be broad or very specific.
Step 4: Offer to closing. Once you find the home that screams to you, there are many steps up till closing. Your agent should not only be a strong negotiator, but also keep you in the loop with important dates, work with your lender to make sure everything is on track as well as title so everyone is confident and ready.
Competence is a TREC requirement, Trust is not but it is highly, highly recommended that you are able to trust anyone you are working with.
I would be happy to talk if you are still looking.
Ryan Kohn with O'Hara and Company Real Estate
281-636-8179 Cell
ryank@rykohnrealty.com


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https://rykohnrealty.com/f/do-you-really-need-a-realtor\nhttps://rykohnrealty.com/buying/selling/renting

about 4 months ago
Disclaimer: Answers provided are just opinions and should not be accepted as advice.
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