It's everyone's dream: a home of one's own. But it's not easy to achieve. Where should you buy? How do you put in a bid and get a mortgage? What goes into the inspection, so you catch any problems before the deal is closed? And how should you decorate, landscape, and remodel? From starting the house hunt to drawing up a contract, from locking in a rate to finding a reputable moving company, here's the guide that covers it all. Before you're through, you'll feel sure whether you want a new home or a fixer-upper; if you should live in the city, country, or suburbs; how to calculate taxes; whether to hire a real estate lawyer; and what things to watch out for so your fantasy will become wonderful reality!Any one of the hundreds of home-improvement books published each year will give rough estimates that can guide your budgeting. If I dona#39;t have the money now, should I just wait? Holding ... least, consider getting a store credit card from large housing- supply stores, such as Home Depot or Pier 1 Imports. First-time purchases usually come with a 10% discount. permits Play by the rules Wa rant to find out.
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