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Finding the perfect home can be hard, especially if you’re moving to an unfamiliar location.
You have no idea what kind of amenities you’ll have, what the schools are like, what kind of commute you’ll have or even if you’ll be able to make friends.
It’s no secret…getting a mortgage to buy your dream home can be nerve-wracking!
There’s a lot of things that can go wrong; appraisal comes in too low, there are liens on the property that will take court action to resolve (e.g. unresolved interests in the property), termite damage, etc.
While it happens pretty much year round, spring and summer are among the most common times when you’ll find people moving from place to place.
And among those moving, many will be downsizing to a smaller home, either from necessity or by choice.
It happens…sometimes when you’re searching for the perfect home you come across one that’s being sold by the owner, not an agent.
While coming across a “for sale by owner” (FSBO) property is more common than it used to be, some buyers are unsure of buying without a real estate agent involved.