3. Know what you are paying for
Be smart with your money. Even if you are buying first house in your life, you can control its price. You can negotiate a much lower price if there are any significant disadvantages. If you notice something wrong, you can always ask to lower the price as house doesn’t consist only of walls and roof but of other much more important elements. You don’t have to buy a cat in a bag, so check everything works perfectly unless you buy only walls.
Remember about such things as property tax, repairs, maintenance, and other costs that you will have to pay in future. Get the home inspected which can potentially save thousands and prevent you from purchasing if there are any problems.
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