Getting down to finally buy a home is probably the biggest financial leap of faith you will ever take - immensely thrilling, but also particularly nerve-wracking given the range of options in real estate and a lack of directional focus on how to start identifying the right fit for your dreams, and budget.
Whether you are a nervous first-timer looking to buying your first house, or a family of four intending to move into a bigger space soon that doesn’t end up burning a hole in your pocket, here are a few critical questions you need to ask before you make the plunge:
1. Can I (we) afford it?
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Many buyers aren’t quite sure exactly what steps to take after their offer has been accepted.