Are You Ready to learn How to Buy a House in San Diego?
Now’s the time to ask yourself: Do I know what I want? Do I have the money? Is my financial house in order?

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Get Organized
When it comes to buying your first San Diego house, sometimes you simply don’t know what you don’t know… yet.

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Taking Charge
There’s nothing so complex about buying a house that you can’t understand it with a bit of knowledge.

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Rent vs. Buy
Pay a landlord or pay a bank? That’s the question renters face as they consider stepping into homeownership.

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Do Your Research
The good news is a lot of companies want to finance your house. The bad news? You can make plenty of mistakes choosing one.

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How Much Can You Afford?
There’s nothing more deflating than looking at houses that are out of your price range. Find out what you can afford before starting your hunt.

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Check Your Credit
Falling in love with a house without having your finances in order can lead to heartbreak. Make sure your credit is on track.

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What About Interest Rates?
Everyone wants the best rate. But how do you compare apples to apples?

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Choose a REALTOR®
You need someone in your corner who will help you find your dream house at the best price. Here’s what a Realtor® can do for you.

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Choose a Neighborhood
You know you’re going to move; you’re just not sure where. Our tools can help you fine-tune your decision.

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Pick a House
House-hunting is one of the more fun aspects of buying your first house. Here are some things to consider.

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Make an Offer
You found the right house. How do you make an offer that keeps your own best interests in the forefront?

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Choosing the Right Mortgage
With tens of thousands of lenders and brokers each offering as many as dozens of different loan programs, you need to cut to the quick to make the right choice.

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  • Know Your Mortgage Options
  • Costs Associated with a Home Loan
  • Making the Right Choice
  • Avoiding Mortgage Red Flags

Preparing to Close
Settlement is where all of the necessary paperwork needed to complete the transaction is signed. The good news is you’ve already done most of the heavy lifting.

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  • What to Expect When You Close
  • 12 Red Flags that Should Raise Concern
  • Sharing Closing Costs
  • Understanding Escrow Accounts

What Are All These Fees?
Learn what fees you’ll have to pay and why when you finance your house.

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Surviving Escrow
You’re in the middle of settling. Here’s what you have to know to get through it.

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  • Home Inspections Avert Future Headaches
  • How to Buy Homeowners Insurance
  • The Home is Yours… Now What?
  • Get Insurance: The Various Types of Real Estate Insurance