For information beyond what you would find there click on the link below. There are many blogs that will explain a lot about the buying vs. renting decision. You will also find out about the buying process and problems you may encounter.
His website is jamellewalker.kwrealty.com
Please give him a call. He would love to help you. If you want a woman's touch, I would love to tell you all the things I have learned from buying my first home.
Best of luck.
Let me know if I can be of assistance.
Century 21 Diversified
In my office, we have 1st time home buyer seminars and classes that we offer. I would be happy to sign you up if you are interested. This can also be done in webinar form.
We also have a 1st time home buyer book that we can send you.
The key is to have an agent that specializes. You will want to be with someone that understands you are new at this and is willing to walk you through the process.
Feel free to message me direct firstname.lastname@example.org if I can be further assistance.
I would also recommend the Indianapolis Housing Partnership as well! But before you start looking for homes you should interview no less than 3 Real Estate agents and choose one that works in the area of town that you desire to live make sure they are experienced and capable of protecting and promoting your interest instead of their own.....
Chuck McCollum ABR,CDPE
Good luck and feel free to call if you need further asistance.
First time home buyer seminars are a great way to get free information. I'd like to invite you to a home buyer seminar that we are having on April 3rd at 6:30pm at the Century 21 Rasmussen office at the Carmel City Center. Myself and another agent from my office will be there to discuss every aspect of the home buying process. We will also have two representatives from Wells Fargo Home Mortgage to give you some great info about your mortgage & financing options.
If you'd like to come by you can shoot me an email at email@example.com.
Hope to see you there!
You can start with a lender or an agent. Finding a great agent is just as important as a great lender and very often the agent has experience with lenders that they can refer you to. And you are already a step ahead of many first-time home buyers in that you are asking about classes. I wish all uninformed buyers were as smart as you. Knowing the process before going forward is key in getting through it with the least amount of stress. And although I am not from IN. I am still willing to talk with you if you wish. I specialize with first-time home buyers and I believe I have valuable information for you and of course there is no obligation to you. I can be reached by phone or email if you need me.
Also, please check back as I am sure you will get valuable information from others on this site as well.