One of the least understood costs that a buyer will encounter when purchasing a house are buyer closing costs. In part, this is because buyer closing costs come from different sources. There are lender fees, prorations for taxes and home owner’s insurance as well as funding the escrow account, title and escrow charges, title insurance, and HOA fees such as transfer and capital improvement fees. To understand the details, continue reading.
In order to make your home buying experience as successful as possible it is critical to avoid costly home buying mistakes. This is especially true since buying a home will be the most expensive purchase a buyer will make in their lifetime. Keeping these potential mistakes in mind will benefit a buyer as they navigate the home buying process. To learn more about the most common buying mistakes, read on…
How private is your showing?
Technology is constantly changing our lives and we all enjoy the time saving apps and devices that accompany these advances. And what could be more reassuring to our sense of safety than state of the art door bells, wireless devices, and indoor/outdoor security cameras. However, these technological gadgets should give buyers pause as the visit houses to find the home of their dreams. How private are the showings when you visit a house? The reality is the seller(s) may be using them to observe the buyers as they tour their house, and they are probably listening to the conversations.