Buying a Home? Don't Get in Over Your Head!
One of the most overlooked
elements of buying a home is balancing lifestyle goals, emotions and the true
total costs of owning a home including the upfront costs and the future cost of
operating, maintaining and updating a home.
The common problem is that most home buyers and even real estate agents do not have a process to accurately document all the costs that will help you make the most informed decision about your purchase.
In the long run, it makes sense to be happy with both the lifestyle that your home offers you but also your financial "comfort zone." Your goal should be to avoid the unnecessary financial stress that comes from being blindsided by initial or future expenses that you may not be fully aware of when you consider each specific property.
My goal is to help you make knowledgeable and informed choices about your home search, your financing, your home as an investment and your future home ownership costs.
The nextÂ blogÂ is the content from Chapter 1: Underestimating Your Short Term and Long Term Financial Obligations of Owning a Home.
If you have any questions or would like to learn how you can save up to 5% to 15% across the entire home buying experience with the Maximum Choice Home Buying SystemÂ® please email me or give me a call atÂ (512) 554-8554.
All the best,MIchael