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995 Drivers Ln, Newport News, VA - $285,000

Residential, Detached
  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 2,000 SQFT
  • 47 DOM
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Wonderfully Maintained Home Situated On A Golf Course Lot In The Desirable Kiln Creek Community!!! Open Floor Plan With A Charming Kitchen & Breakfast Area That Is Open To Both The Dining & Living Rooms Making It Great For Entertaining!! French Do...

962 Nicklaus Dr, Newport News, VA - $259,900

Residential, Detached
  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 1,864 SQFT
  • 121 DOM
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Kiln Creek Golf Course Lot. Lovely Views Of The Golf Course From The Oversized Paver Patio On The First Level And From The Deck/balcony In The Master Bedroom. Master Bedroom Suite Features A High Trey Ceiling, Walkin Closet, Gas Fireplace & Priva...

1636 Willow Cv, Newport News, VA - $244,900

Residential, Attached
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,803 SQFT
  • 58 DOM
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Calling All Golf Enthusiasts! This Stunning Willow Point Townhome Offers An Outdoor Living Space With Unobstructed Views Of The 17th Hole And 18th Tee Of The Kiln Creek Golf Course. Indoors You Will Enjoy Entertaining Your Special Guests Amongst A...

 

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Tips For A Successful House Hunting Experience

The purchase of a piece of real estate can be a large step in anyone's life, but it is especially so for someone who is a first time buyer. The amount of money involved, as well as the expenditure of time and energy, can stress anyone out. Use the following advice to help ease your worries, increase your confidence and hopefully, your success.

When you are negotiating the price of real estate, it is best to have a moderate approach. Lots of people try to be overly aggressive only to lose out in the end. Be clear and firm about what you want but let your lawyer or realtor do the negotiation for you.

Do you have children, or do you plan to? You should consider a home that has adequate room for the entire family if so. Safety is an important quality for a home to have as well. Consider the stairs and the swimming pool as risks when looking at a home. You are more likely to buy a safer home if you purchase from parents who raised kids there.

Do not lose hope if you submit an offer for the home you love and the seller does not accept it. They may cover closing costs, or offer to make a few repairs before you move.

When you want to add more value to the property you own, do some remodeling and repair work. You'll have a rapid return on investment, thanks to a little elbow grease. Sometimes your property value will increase more than the money you put in.

You must understand well the terms used in mortgage loans before purchasing a home. The important things you need to know are how the loan term affects your monthly payment and the amount of interest you will have to pay throughout the loan period.

This is a great time to spend some money on real estate. Property values are currently at an all time low because of the housing market crash. This presents a ideal and unique window of opportunity to move out of an apartment and into a place of your own. Eventually, the housing market will rise, and you could even profit from your investment.

When you submit an offer on a property, you can request that the seller help to cover the closing costs, or request other kinds of financial incentives. It is not uncommon practice for sellers to pay or "buy down" a portion of the loan's interest rate for a period of a couple of years. When you ask for help with upfront expenses, the seller is not as willing to negotiate on the price of the home.

Make sure you prepare a list of questions to ask real estate agents during the interview process before choosing one to represent you. Be sure your questions are important, such as the number of homes that they were able to sell in the particular area you're interested in and the total number of homes that they were able to sell in the past year. Any agent should be ready to give you answers to these questions professionally.

If there is a house that you are thinking of buying, go to the internet to check the sex offender registry of the house's neighborhood. Even though data on sex offenders is publicly available, don't be so sure that real estate agents and home sellers will feel obligated to give this information to potential buyers. Research these things yourself.

Now that you have the knowledge you need, are you ready to commit to buy? Hopefully, the tips laid out here make you feel better about concern you may have. Use the tips here to your advantage and ensure your success is maximized. Purchasing real estate doesn't have to be frustrating or difficult. It's exciting to own something! Make sure you consider all your options and make the right decision.