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When To Buy A New Patio Home

By Rob Harding

Knowing when to buy a new patio home depends on certain factors that only you and your realtor can discover. However, there are a few key things that will help prepare you for the process of buying your first new home. Mortgages, location and appreciably are all key elements to finding the right new home for you.

The single, most important factor in picking the right time is to assess your financial situation. Lenders will look at income, debt management, history of financial responsibility and other areas to determine the amount you can borrow as well as the interest rate. The better your portfolio is, the more leverage you will have to negotiate terms in the loan which will save more money. Sometimes it is best to wait and organize personal finances first. This is extremely important and can mean tens of thousands of dollars in savings.

After money, the next thing to look at is the neighborhood the home is being built in. There are still many fears among new home buyers in the aftermath of the housing market disaster, and looking for a home that will appreciate in value is important. A good builder will have premier locations developed, where a second rate one may offer something that will turn into a pit later on.

After this, finding the best loan is the next important step. There are two main types of home mortgages, and they both have their own benefits as well as drawbacks. Look at both options and ask your realtor which one is best for your budget and circumstances. The first type of loan is the fixed rate mortgage, which simply means that you pay the same interest rate over the life of the loan. These are great ways to have the same low monthly payments, but you will end up paying more in interest over the life of the loan.

The other common loan is the Adjustable Rate Mortgage, commonly known as an ARM loan. These mortgages are designed to let the borrower pay off more of the principle early in the loan, which helps to quickly build equity in the home. However, after a few years, the interest rates will go up to current market conditions, and will continue to fluctuate over time. Because of this, these loans are advantageous for those who plan on moving within a few years.

After financial considerations and finding a good location, the next step is to talk to the realtor and find out what your budget will be and then to start looking at homes. Since there is such a variety of homes to choose from in good developments, find one that will fit your needs over the course of your life in that home. If you are growing a family, get one a little bigger. This way you will not have to worry about looking for a bigger place in a couple of years.

Select the home based on long term goals instead of immediate need satisfaction. Finding a home that is not working for your plans will become a cumbersome and frustrating nuisance. Being more selective now will save years of grief and regret.

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