I hope the 1st step you took was to speak with a lender.
If there is anything I maybe able to assist you with please call or email me my information is listed below:
In addition, I will be having a First Time Home Buyer Seminar please visit http://www.brdgtohomeownership.com.
Century 21 Home Center
9811 Greenbelt Rd
Greenbelt, MD 20706
Toll Free: 800-679-9788 x 20
Your best bet is to hire a professional real estate agent to represent you. Is the home you live in currently for sale? Is the seller willing to sell it?
A buyer's agent can help to guide you through the process -- including showing you comparable home sales that can help you decide what you want to offer, and advise you on the process.
Please let me know if there is anything else I can do to help you.
Keller Williams Excellence Realty
If you have not already chosen a realtor, I can send you a market analysis on the homes that have recently sold in the area where you live.
Feel free to send me your email address or contact information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We can discuss the specifics of the property to help determine what the property is worth.
You oviously want to make an offer to your landlord and need to know how much to offer for the home. In order to email that information, you will need to provide your address, and basic information on the home in order to
compare your home to local active, under contract and importantly SOLD data.
If you and your landlord agree on a sales price your loan process will require an appraisal on the home to protect you and importantly the banks interest in funding your purchase.
If a real estate agent in not involved in the process you should consult a title company to write the contract offer for you to protect your interests in the purchase of the home.
RE/MAX Realty Group