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Boise ID Property - Come See an Agent Today!
Boise Id property, whether it be a single family home or an investment property, come with the same needed advice. If you’re a first time home buyer, the following advice can be invaluable as you enter the Idaho real estate market.
Take a look at your finances. Order a copy of your full credit report and go through it very carefully. Check for anything that’s inaccurate and get it straightened out as soon as possible.
It will be to your advantage to get a preapproval letter from the lender before you enter the market. It can get very competitive, and you’ll want your offer to outshine the rest with preapproval. If the seller has two offers and one included pre arranged financing and one didn’t, you can bet which one will be accepted.
There are answer to people who have bad credit or very little money to put towards a down payment. It might be worth your time to look into one of the federal mortgage programs out there to see if you qualify. There’s also help available for single parents. In any situation, it’s a good idea to get pre-qualified before you find a house.
Make sure the asking price for your dream Boise Id property is a fair one. This is when a buyer’s agent can come in handy. They’ll be able to tell you if the price is right, and how it stacks up against the homes in the surrounding neighborhood. The best outcome is when the seller and the buyer can walk away happy.
It’s a good idea to have a sizable amount of money saved up for the down payment. There are penalties for not having the minimum down payment, and they can affect the size of your monthly mortgage payment. There are down payment assistance programs available, and you might benefit from looking into these.
As you have your eye on a particular home, it’s important to have a home inspection done. Buying a home is likely the most expensive purchase you’ll ever make, and you’ll want to have a solid idea of the home’s physical condition. In fact, most states require that the purchase agreement allow you to obtain a home inspection to your satisfaction.
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Listing information last updated on July 30th, 2021 at 6:30am MDT.