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Using a Real Estate Broker is a good idea. All the details involved in home buying can be mind-boggling. A professional Real Estate Broker can guide you through the whole process and make your life easier. He or She will able to answer you many important things that you may be considering in the neighborhood, for example, the quality of schools, population, and crime rate, etc. The Real Estate Broker will help you evaluate the price range you can afford, search the classified ads, and multiple listing services for the homes you'll like to see. He or She can explain the cons and pros of different types of mortgages, walk you through the paperwork, and answer any related questions when you sign the papers at the closing. And it is FREE or you don't have to pay anything to the Broker because the payment comes from the Home Seller!
Sometime we ask: How much money will I have to prepare for buying a Home? Ok, there are many things you need to consider, for example, the cost of the house, the loan amount, and type of mortgage you are getting. Basically, you need to prepare enough money to cover Three Costs:
* Earnest Money: the deposit you make when you submit your offer (8 - 20% of the purchase price)
* Down Payment: a percentage of the cost of the home that you pay when you go to settlement (10 - 20% of the purchase price)
* Closing Costs: the costs for processing the paperwork to buy a house (3 - 6% of the purchase price)
Mortage is something usually avoided by someone who do't brave enough to have something.You will have to pay the monthly utilities bills, for example, gas and electricity. You will also have Property Taxes, and you may have City or County Taxes. Taxes usually rolled into the mortgage monthly payment. You can consult the Real Estate Broker regarding these cost.
So, What will the Mortgage cover? It usually covers four parts:
* Principal - repayment of the amount you borrow
* Interest - payment to the lender for the money you borrow
* Homeowners Insurance - monthly payment to insure the property against loss from free, theft, and other hazards required by the lender
* Property Taxes - Annual City or County Taxes assessed on the property (divided by number of mortgage payments you make a year). That is enough. You can go now to your mortgage broker near your way..document,. You may want to consult your Attorney to make sure what you are signing.
Written By admin on Sunday, May 8, 2011 | 6:13 PM
John Thomas, the Mad Hedge Fund Trader, founding father of the international hedge fund industry and one of 2010's top-performing traders reveals:
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