Buying your first home can and should be a fun, exciting experience.
It will probably also be the single largest investment you ever make.
For this reason, it is important to be involved and informed.
Eliminating much of the guesswork can make you a much more informed buyer, so your home purchase can be a joyful
experience. It has been said that there are two primary ways that we learn: one is by personal experience, and the other
is by listening to the experiences of others. When it comes to your finances,
home, and family, most people would choose to learn from the experiences of others.
Every day, first-time homebuyers make costly mistakes during the home buying process, like buying more house than they
can reasonably afford. This is partly due to enthusiasm, and partly due to lack of knowledge and experience.