7 Essential Tips For Finding Your Perfect Home

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When it comes to finding your perfect home, what do you think of?

As one of the, if not the biggest purchase you’ll ever make in life, you have to do it right. Sadly, because of the complex and overwhelming nature of this process, many people make huge mistakes when purchasing property.

Rather than waiting for the perfect home for their family, many people settle for one that doesn’t meet their needs or wants. I've stated in a couple previous house hunting posts, while I love our home, it's still lacking a few things we had on our must haves list.

7 Essential Tips For Finding Your Perfect Home

The perfect house can be many different things, depending on your circumstances. Whatever yours may be, you should look for it. With that in mind, here are seven essential tips to help with finding your perfect home.

Get Mortgage Pre-Approval

Before you begin your house hunt, you have to know your budget. If you start looking before you know how much you can spend, you risk wasting time and disappointing the family. While mortgage calculators are helpful, they don’t guarantee that your mortgage application will be accepted. Because of this, you should get your home loan pre-approved before you start your search. As long as your financial situation remains the same, that loan makes up your budget. 

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Make An Essentials List

Every buyer has an idea in their head of what the perfect home is. Once you know what this image looks like, you should write it down. This allows you to narrow your property search. If you’re looking for secure homes, for example, you might want to look at condominium units, like the Parc Esta Project. Many condos offer security gates, doors, and cameras, so break-ins are unlikely. That being said, this wouldn’t work if you wanted a home with a large garden space. 

Work With Estate Agents

The internet means that all property buyers have easy access to real estate websites. Keeping that in mind, you wouldn’t be the first person to think that real estate agents are unnecessary. However, those professionals offer many benefits that most people don’t consider, including years of experience. With an estate agent by your side, you’re more likely to find a property you believe to be perfect. All you have to do is give as many details about that home as you can. 

Keep Your Mind Open

When you view a property, it’s important that you think about its potential. Real estate agents won’t waste their time recommending homes to you that are unsuitable. For this reason, you should give every property a shot, even if you’re unsure. Think about where you would put furniture and how you would decorate. Buying a home essentially means buying a blank canvas. The property might not look perfect at first, but that doesn’t mean you can’t make it that way. 

Visit More Than Once

Most buyers get a feeling about a house before they even step foot in the door. Although it’s important to listen to your gut, you should give every property a chance before dismissing it. Make sure you take a good look around every home and return for more visits at different times of the day. This will give you a strong feel for the area and a much clearer picture of what living at that property would be like. Viewing a property at least three times is the most sensible decision.

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Compare With Other Properties

Finding your perfect home doesn’t mean you can’t find one better. If you’ve found a property and location that you like, you should look at similar houses in the area. While the properties may look alike from the outside, there could be huge differences in the layout, space, and price. You don’t want to give up the hunt too soon and miss out on a slightly cheaper or larger investment. If you have an estate agent, they will be able to point out other options to you.

Plan For The Future

What works today might not do in a few years time. That is why many people prefer renting to buying property. Although renting works out more expensive over the years, the flexibility and freedom it offers are perfect for people with growing families or fast-moving careers. If you’re sure that investing is for you, then you must consider the future needs of your family.

Finding your perfect home means making sure that you have enough room for additions and that the space can be modified for different needs. If your kids are almost out of the house, do you really need a home that has everyone in their own bedroom, or can they share for a couple years? Or if you haven't started a family yet, is that small 1-2 bedroom home going to be big enough for 2-3 kids? Does the yard leave space to expand the house?

Buying a house is a huge commitment for anyone to make. For this reason, it’s absolutely vital that you do it right. The last thing that you want is to settle for a property that doesn’t suit you. Hopefully, with the advice above, you can find your perfect home.

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