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Top Summer Home Buying Tips

Posted by Veronica On July - 15 - 2014

Vacation Home Summer is a popular time for buying a home. People who have children in school like to relocate before the new academic year starts, so they can get settled in. It’s also a good time to make a change because the days are long, and the weather is better for packing and traveling. If you’re starting out on your home-buying journey, there are some things you should know so you can make the best decision. By following these real estate tips, you’ll be well on your way to finding the Southern Maine real estate that’s right for you.

First, make sure you look carefully at more than just the house. You don’t want to buy a wonderful place, only to find out it’s in a location you’ll just never be comfortable with. There are many factors when buying a home, and location is the most important of all. A lot of changes can be made to a house, both inside and out, but you can’t just pick it up and move it to another place. That’s why it’s vital to ensure that the location you buy a home in is one that’s going to work for you and your family.

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Second, decide what you’re looking for before you start your shopping. You want to be sure that the house you’re buying is going to work properly for what you need. That means you should be clear on the number of bedrooms and bathrooms you want, how much yard space you need, square footage requirements, and other important considerations. If you need a big kitchen, or if not having a fireplace is a deal-breaker, it’s much better to know all that before you go out with a Realtor to find your new place.

Last, don’t get completely lost in the details. There are a lot of options in Southern Maine real estate, and you’ll probably see quite a few houses. If you’re too focused on the wallpaper in the guest room or the color of the carpet in the family room, you might miss the great layout or the beauty of the built in cabinetry throughout the home. Look past the little details that can easily be changed, and instead put your focus into the main features the house has to offer. That will help you get the right place.

You may feel like you have to rush to get a home, since summer isn’t going to last forever. By following these real estate tips, you’ll be more likely to find something quickly and without the stress of having to rush. That can help you make a better decision, which will lead to you being happier with your house for a longer period of time. It’s completely possible to find a great home over the summer, especially when you know what you want before you start looking. By working with a great Realtor to find the right house in the right location, you’ll be able to get settled in before the first hint of fall is in the air.

About the Author

As a broker specializing in multi-units and single family homes in Southern Maine, Veronica Schneider joined the real estate industry in August of 2004 bringing with her over eight years of experience in real estate management. You can find Veronica and Green Tree Realty on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, and LinkedIn.

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