The 3S Approach
Types of Agents
How to Select an Agent
Prequalified or Pre-Approved
7 Reasons to buy a home
Moving with Teenagers
How to Find a Home
50 “Things To Watch”
when viewing a home
9 Types of Loans You Should Know
What is a Sales Contract
Finding Quality Inspectors
10 Ways to Ascertain a Down Payment
How Lenders Approve Loan Applicants
Definitions of Closing Costs
Buyers’ Resource Section:
The 3S Approach to Buying a Home:
When starting the adventure of buying a home, whether down the block or on the other side of the world, there are several issues that weigh heavily on a smooth outcome. The 3S Approach to Buying a Home places the actions required to buy a home into three easy to remember steps;
- The Setup
- The Selection
- The Sale
The Setup entails all procedures necessary to begin shopping for your home and loan options. Proper completion of this step optimizes house-hunting hours, which can be long and tedious.
The Selection includes such decisions as neighborhoods in your city, lender, and loan options. This step concludes with bidding on the home of your dreams.
The Sale, or closing, is the final obstacle remaining between you and your new home. This portion breaks down sales contracts, negotiations, lenders, insurance, and costs included in closing.