Metro Detroit first time home buyers advice – final part of the series – do it…don’t wait

This is my final blog on Metro Detroit first time home buyers and I hope I got you thru the “looking part” of finding a home all the way up to writing the offer.  Another important part of getting you home is don’t procrastinate.

If you have found the home or narrowed the search down to three homes or even one home.  MOVE FORWARD.  Don’t wait around.  Put the offer in.  Too many times I have seen home buyers wait around and then lose the house before they ever get their bid in.  Too many times the Metro Detroit first time home buyer is looking for the “nicer home and the better priced home”.

Or lose the home because somebody else got the chance to bid on the home.  Don’t wait put your bid in as quickly as possible.  I have had somebody say they were going to put in a bid after they thought about it over the weekend only to find out the house was sold on Monday morning.  They were so upset that somebody else got the house after they decided they wanted it.

Remember you aren’t the only one that is out there looking at the house.  Just because the house has been on the market for two months doesn’t mean there isn’t somebody else like you that likes the house right now.

So don’t wait, don’t think too long because the house may be gone.  Would you want to start looking all over again.

 

I hope all this info helps you.For more Metro Detroit first time Home buyers tips see the following articles:

Metro Detroit first time home buyers tips part 1 – pre-approval letters MI

Metro Detroit First time home buyers tips part 2 – where to start and do next

Metro Detroit first time home buyers tips part 3 – how to read listings and pick houses to see

Metro Detroit first time home buyer tips part 4 – what to look for when looking at homes

Metro Detroit first time home buyers tips part 5 – what to look for structurally

Metro Detroit first time home buyer tips Part 6 – tips and tricks on how to keep the information straight

Metro Detroit first time home buyer tips part 7 – why comparables are important

Metro Detroit first time home buyer tips part 8 – listen to your Metro Detroit real estate agent

Metro Detroit first time home buyers tips part 9 – what other information do you need to make an offer

Oakland County first time home buyers tips 10 – putting the bid in

 

Russ Ravary your Metro Detroit real estate agent

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