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  • Tips to Follow Before & During the Home Buying Process

  • Best Practices & Money Saving Tips

  • & Much More!


Ready to Buy a Home?

Buying a home is often one of the largest transactions we make in our lives and a big investment in our futures. Whether you are a first time buyer or an experienced homeowner, the experts at Gogo's Real Estate have the market knowledge and experience to find you your next dream home. Here are some things you should know as a buyer in today's market.

Why Having an Agent is Important

Buying a home is a huge financial decision and more complicated than many realize. It takes time and research as well as a strong knowledge of what to look for. The team at Gogo's Real Estate is trained to simplify that process for you. Once our agents understand your needs and wants, we do the research and find options that will suit your needs. Our agents stay up to date with market changes so that they can negotiate on your behalf and get you the proper price for the home you find. Go with Gogo and ease the stress of the home buying process!

What Can You Expect From Gogo's Real Estate?

  • We find open houses for buyers to attend and take buyers to see listings and new constructions.
  • We provide our buyers with competitive market analyses on properties.
  • We stay up to date with ever-changing technology and methods to provide the buyer with instant and up to date information during the buying process.
  • We use an estimated buyer’s net sheet to provide buyers with instant cost information on houses they are interested in.
  • If can't find a home in our buyer's desired neighborhood, we send out postcards to the entire neighborhood notifying them there is an interested buyer in case anyone has been considering selling.

Tips for First Time Buyers

Know Your Credit Score

Your credit score is one of the most important factors when applying for a loan these days. Along with on-time payments, lenders prefer to see a low utilization rate - meaning a high amount of credit available in proportion to the amount of credit used.

Get Organized

Mortgage lenders will require a lot of documentation such as paystubs, tax documents, and bank statements, so getting organized ahead of time will save you a lot of headaches.

Determine Your Wants & Needs

This is probably going to be one of the largest purchases of your life, so you do want to consider both your wants and your needs. Make a list of basic desires such as type of home (condo, single-family home, etc), neighborhood, size and the like and talk with your agent about finding a home with the features on your list.

Determine Your Budget

Before shopping for a home, it is a good idea to find out what you qualify for as well as what you actually want to pay on a monthly basis and come up with a budget. Our agents can help you determine your down payment and monthly mortgage payment at certain price ranges and present it in a way that is straight-forward and easy to understand.