What's the Right Home For You?
Before deciding which house to buy, think about your lifestyle, your current and anticipated housing needs, and your budget. It’s a good idea to create a prioritized list of features you want in your home.

How Much Can You Afford?

Now that you know what you're looking for, the next step is figuring out what type of home you can afford. A review of your income, savings, monthly expenses, and debt will be necessary.

Know Your Neighborhood
Buying a home, is investing in a community
You'll spend a significant amount of time and money supporting the schools, community organizations and commercial centers in the surrounding areas. Before you make the final decision, take a good look at the location and make sure it fits your needs.
What If You Already Have a Home?
Buying and Selling at the same time can be hard
What if you're unable to perfectly time the sale of one house with the purchase of another? You may own two houses for a time, in which case you'll need money in the bank and a temporary place to live. Or you may own two houses at once.
Getting prequalified is a crucial step in finding out exactly how much you'll be able to afford and what kinds of loans and interest rates are available to you.
Broker/Owner:Susan Picciuto Broker/Manager:Adriana Picciuto