Are you thinking about buying a home?
Interest rates are at record lows, and now days many homeowners have priced their homes to sell.
1. Find out how much home you can afford
Before you do anything else, find out how much home you can afford. To do this, look online for a quality mortgage calculator, mortgage calculators show you how much home you can afford based on your income, an average interest rate, and the length of the loan.
Posted January 12, 2012 by James Ryder
The fourth quarter of the year is usually a lauded time
frame in the real estate market. With the holidays and travel ensuing
throughout the season, housing purchases usually hit some lower numbers during
the months of November and December. Many cities throughout the United States
experienced lower numbers in the early part of the fourth quarter in 2011. One
city that didn’t experience the same bad luck was Dallas.