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May 26, 2016
Mary and Rich are living in their dream home. There’s a wrap-around porch, a garden in the back and three large bedrooms. But it took more than luck to get them there. They planned and they saved. And that’s what you’ll have to do to achieve a dream home for your family—whether it’s a country place, a downtown condo, a suburban bungalow, your next home, or your first home.
To begin, answer two questions:
For help in answering these questions, go to our [First-time Homebuyer’s Guide].
While being open-minded is important for house hunting, it’s equally essential to create specific goals to make your dream become reality.
In other words, keep dreaming, but do extensive research about the market you’re looking in, and into your own finances.
A great way to research your own finances is to track your expenses for six months, through our [Cash-flow Management Guide]. Learn where your money is going in order to manage your money strategically.
Tracking your expenses can make it clear where you are accidentally over-spending.
But when you’re ready to start seriously saving, you’ll need to strategize. Here’s how you can start:
Saving for a down payment can mean some tough choices. But when you prioritize saving for your dream house, the goal is certainly worthwhile.
The final step
Now it’s time to put all that planning and saving to good use, and make the best lending decision possible.
That’s where SafeBridge comes in.
We will work with you, evaluating the whole of your financial situation, so you make a lending decision that puts the keys to your dream home in your hands. Contact us today to learn more.
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