Are you a first-time home buyer? We can help you
A first-time home buyer is someone who has not owned a home for a period of three years or longer. There are some perks to buying your first home. Most lenders offer special programs that may include down payment assistance if you fit into this category. Buying your first home can seem daunting. Using a Realtor who knows the market in the Albuquerque and Rio Rancho area can help ease some of the confusion and stress. An experienced Realtor can educate you about the process from finding a lender that has first-time homebuyer programs to contract negotiations.
Buying a home should be an exciting experience for you. That is our goal when working with a first-time home buyer. The first step is finding a lender to see what you qualify for and from there we work with you on your wants and needs list regarding your new home. As a first-time home buyer looking at homes in the area you desire, you may revisit your wants and needs list once you see some homes. This is very common and by tweaking what you are looking for in a home, your Realtor can hone in on the right one for you. Keep an open mind when looking at homes and use your Realtor’s experience. This is likely the biggest purchase you will ever make and we want to make sure you are happy with your new home. The best part of our job as Realtors is when someone falls in love with their new home and everything falls into place. We are here to help you.
If you would like to speak to a Realtor, we have several dedicated Realtor’s to help you with any questions you may have. Give us a call today at 505-821-0807.
Land of Enchantment, Inc. Real Estate and Property Management landofenchantmentrentals.com
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