1. Determine your budget: Before you even start looking, you need to know how much you can comfortably afford. Don't waste your time looking at homes that you can't buy - that's a terrible way to disappoint yourself in the end.
2. Get Pre-approved: This relates to tip #1 but it's also a way to boost your standing in the eyes of a home seller. Buyers that are pre-approved are nearly as good as people paying cash.
3. Differentiate between your wants and needs: What do you really NEED in a home? It might be storage space, or it might be three bedrooms. You may only WANT granite countertops and walk-in closets. Be sure to know what you need versus things that you simply want. I see couples argue about these things all the time, so be on the same page with everyone involved in the transaction.
4. Call me: I'm the best possible person you could talk to when you're looking to buy a home in Winter Park, Fraser or beyond. I will provide you with the best real estate experience possible! I'll listen to your wants and needs and do everything within my power to satisfy you.
As always, please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions!
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"Fantastic. While we were up front about being somewhat passive buyers [for the moment], Carrie didn't forget about us and continued to stay in touch and provide information on properties that met our needs/desires."