Are you thinking of buying a home this spring?

I've got a great resource here to help you get started. They say that if you have not purchased a home in the last three years, you are essentially a first-time home buyer. That is because our contracts in Texas are changing every year. Whether you are a seasoned home buyer or a first-time home buyer, I can help you get to the finish line with finesse. 

I've created an infographic outlining eight things you can do now to prepare yourself to buy a home. 

Start with partnering with a genuine real estate professional. Your agent will be essential to your success. The best part is that they work for you, protecting your best interest, and it does not cost you a thing. The seller or the builder will pay the fees of your agent in most cases.

Next step is getting with a lender if you are going to be financing your home.  A  lender will make or break your deal so make sure you are using a local and reputable lender. I've got my favorites linked right here. 

Now that the two most important allies in the home-buying process are on your side continue your preparations by planning your budget, determining the best area and neighborhoods for you, and understanding how your investment will impact your future. 

Once you find the home you love, don't let it get away. Be prepared to act quickly and to make the smartest offer that appeals to the seller. 

Are you looking to get started buying a home? Let me help you every step of the way. Give me a call today.