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Is it first time for you to looking for home? Here is how it works and there are 4 step processes. 
    1.  Need a pre-approval.
    2.  Choose one from two types of loans - government insured, conventional.
    3.  Obtain from one of four types of lenders - banks, credit unions, brokers, companies.
    1.  Start searching, two weeks, two months, depends on you.
    2.  The more you can articulate about your reactions, the more help you can get.
    3.  Decide moment. Is it a dream home or will it work.
    1.  Deliver offer written based on realtor's scientific data such as comparable and current market analyses.
    2.  Wait seller to accept, reject, or counter.
    3.  Give seller a reason to take your offer.
    4.  Hire home inspector to exam after acceptance.
    5.  Decide if you want to keep continuing or walk away after inspection.
    1.  Close in two to ten weeks.
    2.  Start title work and appraisal.
    3.  Seller packs up and leaves.
    4.  Final walk through.
    5.  Sales is final at closing, a 45 minute paper signing.
If you are the first time buyer, please call Nicole or go to SERVICES to know the services provided by Dr. Nicole. Nicole can help you finding your dream home by using her innovative home buying lifecycle services with astonishing hundred steps. Each step benefits you.









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