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The Newbies Guide to Purchasing a Home

Buying a home can be thrilling and overwhelming. If you are a first-time homebuyer, those emotions can be even more extreme. It can be difficult to know exactly what to expect and the learning curve can be steep, but most of the issues can be resolved by doing a little homework. Check your credit - Your score is among the most important factors when it comes to qualifying for a home mortgage. You are able to obtain a free credit report every year. Take some time to review it for mistakes and be prepared to explain any unpaid debts or collection actions. Additionally, it is important to remember, that payments are not the only thing that plays into your credit score. The amount of credit you're using compared to your available credit can also be crucial in your score. Repairing damaged can take time. Begin the repair process at least six months before shopping for a home.Space versus location – When you are a first time buyer, choosing the right home is often about compromise. If yo…