Reader Tips For First-Time Home Buyers

Ask Lots of Questions-
Skigurl says:
"If you have a good realtor and a good mortgage guy (and a reputable lawyer), you will be okay! As long as they explain things to you! We have an amazing guy at ... more 
Ask Lots of Questions-
Skigurl says:
"If you have a good realtor and a good mortgage guy (and a reputable lawyer), you will be okay! As long as they explain things to you! We have an amazing guy at the bank who told us everything we needed to know and if you have good people working for you, you don't need to do a whole lot. Just ask lots of questions, write stuff down, and do as they say! It's definitely complicated, but these people should be doing most of the leg work for you when it comes to paperwork etc, so it shouldn't be that cumbersome." less 
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Thu, Oct 13, 2011 11:26 AM EDT
Brisas is thinking about buying her first house and is finding the whole process to be, well, complicated. She asked for support in the Ask Savvy group and readers shared some fantastic advice. Here is a handful of smart reader suggestions any first-time home buyer should consider.



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