Once you find out your 'buying power', the next step is to find the right buyer's agent to help you. I think if you even just consider those of us who respond here, you've got some good choices. What I caution you on is buying from the agent who lists the house. Make sure you have someone that is representing only YOUR best interests and not representing both the buyer and seller. While agents can represent both, I have a personal policy not to represent both sides in a transaction since someone will consider me biased toward the other party. Second, get enrolled on a client portal to learn the value of homes in the area that you are looking at. You can then refine your search according to your lifestyle and needs.
While I'd love to work with you, and you can sign up directly on my website for a client portal, whomever you choose will help you get educated on your market and find the best home for you. Good luck!