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If you’re new to the Boise real estate game, rest assured you’ve landed at an invaluable resource to get you started. There are many tools and benefits out there to aid the first time home buyer, and we’re at the forefront for all Idaho real estate.
At the start, open our area MLS listings, which are updated on a daily basis with all available Boise Idaho real estate. Look at some of the homes and get a good gauge at what you can expect to pay. It’s important to know how much home you can afford, and there are many different expenses a lot of homeowners don’t take into account with all the excitement of getting into your new Boise house. These expenses include tax costs and insurance, plus the amount of the mortgage every month. There are home affordability calculators available to help you figure out these expenses.
Next, you’ll need to consider closing costs. You can get a likely estimate of how much you’ll pay. These costs include origination fees charged by the lender, title and settlement fees, taxes, and certain prepaid items such as homeowners insurance.
With all of that out of the way and taken care of, you can begin the fun part, which is home searching. There’ll be lots of exploring you’ll be responsible for, including which neighborhoods you’d want to live in and what kind of schools are nearby. It is wise to enlist the help of an experienced buyer’s agent to help you throughout the process. Your first home buying experience should be a great one to set the bar for all your future Boise real estate experiences.
As you continue the fun part of home buying, it might help to make a list of the things you want and the things you need in your next Boise home. Compromises may need to be made, as one home might have everything you need and want, but is in a neighborhood that falls outside the school zone you wanted. You simply must weigh the pros and cons, and hopefully make the right decision. Your real estate agent can help you with finding those important house features in the neighborhood you have your eye on.
Contact The Hughes Real Estate Group for more information or to view homes in Idaho: (208) 571-7145.
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Listing information last updated on August 20th, 2017 at 2:52am MDT.