Posted by Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage - The Deborah Citarella Team on 01/27/2018

Big Changes Come With Big Moves.... Ready to find your dream home?

Big Changes Come With Big Moves.... Ready to find your dream home?

Congratulation on your Wedding!

All these months you have been planning this very day and it was here and gone.

What Next????


Your Agent Matters 

For most people, buying a home is generally the most expensive transaction you will make in your lifetime. And during this costly purchase, there are a lot of legalities along the way that need to be adhered to, to ensure a smooth transaction. Hiring a realestate agent to represent you in the purchase of your home is going to be substantially beneficial.

For starters, buyers aren't responsible for the commission pay out for their agent. (With the exception of special, rarecircumstances.) So without the cost of paying an agent out of pocket, you'll receive the experience and guidance to help you through a process that could otherwise be emotionally exhausting if you are going it alone. Laws are constantly changing, and by having an educated agent guiding you through the process, you can be sure to have your best interests in thepurchase always looked after. You also get to have access to view more homes, and have a clearer view on how the market is in your area.

Sites like Zillow, Trulia, and others have outdated listings and misrepresent property values. Your agent will be able to send you a list of active properties for sale, help you go out to viewthem, as well as negotiate for you to get a great deal. Find an agent that will work hard to help you find your dream home andavoid the pitfalls of buying a home by doing it on your own.

Buy instead of Renting 

In recent years, rental prices have been skyrocketing to new highs. And with a booming housing market with low interest rates, the monthly cost of home ownership has dropped significantly. Throughout the majority of major cities, owning a home has been drastically more affordable than renting. Andwith the equity build up in your home, you're ultimately "saving money" paying your mortgage, because reselling it could potentially get you your money back, if not more.

In a rental situation, it's considered "throw away money,"because you'll never build up equity, or see that money again.Instead, you're using your personal funds to not only pay off the mortgage of your landlord, but the property owner also makes a profit off of you on a monthly basis. While interest rates are at a historic low, it's important to take advantage of the dream of owning your own property in today's market. You'll end up getting much more for your money than you would in a rental scenario, and pay equal, or less, on a monthly basis.


Contact Deborah Today To Help Find You Your HOME SWEET HOME!!! 

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