Author: Ed Carr

  1. Organize and Review Your Finances Before applying, check out your credit report to see what it says about your financial history. Make sure there are no errors!
  2. Understand Financing Options Read up on the loan process and find a lender you trust. Check with the Better Business Bureau and interview a variety of professionals before choosing which one you will work with.
  3. Get Pre-Approved Before you can start shopping for a home, you need to know what you can afford. Once you’re pre-approved for an amount, you’ll know your price range.
  4. Find an Agent and Start Looking! If you haven’t already got one, it’s time to find a agent to guide you along your search for the perfect place.
  5. Make the Offer
  6. Close!