The Complete Homebuyer’s Guide
Buying a home is a huge step both financially and emotionally.

This is likely the biggest investment you’ll ever make.

The following steps can help make the home buying process manageable and help you make the best decisions possible.

STEP 1: Determine How Much You Can Afford

Before you start looking though listings in the hope of finding your dream home, it is a good idea to know how much you can actually spend. Conduct a personal audit of your finances and get pre-approved with a lender. It is also a good idea to take account of added expenses, such as closing costs, contingency and emergency funds. All of this will help to better direct you in calculating your price range.

STEP 2: Considerations Before You Buy

Determine your long-term goals and then consider how home ownership fits in with those plans. Knowing what you need and want in a home is critical. What are your must-haves, your nice-to-haves and your no-way-absolutely-nots? Narrowing down your big picture will help to point you in the right direction with the budget in mind.

STEP 3: Get In Touch And Work With Team-Webster

Knowledgeable in a vast number of different neighbourhoods and working exclusively in your best interests, we will help you navigate the housing inventory to find homes with the features you want, get you showings, and offer options for evaluation and consideration. Your time is valuable; we will preview properties and keep you up-to-date with all opportunities to help find a home that best suits your needs.

STEP 4: Make An Offer

Through market knowledge and negotiation experience, we will help to position an offer strategy for the best outcome and how certain conditions can be used in your favour. Backed by top-notch industry and legal experts with specialized skills, with your interests as top priority, you will be well-protected and well-informed throughout the entire offer process to ensure a seamless and stress-free transaction.

STEP 5: Close The Deal

Closing is the point at which the ownership and possession of the property are transferred from Seller to you – the new homeowner! Leading up to the completion date, we will continue with you on your journey through your inspections, both buyer visits and home inspector visits, to ensure all contingencies have been fulfilled and the home is ready for a clear path to the finish line.

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