Northern New Jersey’s first time home buyer’s program, The White Picket Fence Home Buying Institute will feature home buyer do’s and don’ts on house huntingnext week as a part of its effort to better educate NJ’s future homeowners on the potential pitfalls one can encounter when looking for a new home.
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Clifton NJ June 2011- In a continuation of its effort to educate northern New Jersey’s future home owners, the White Picket Fence Home Buying Institute,the premier service for first time home buyers, will feature more home buyer help,this time focusing on dos and don’ts for the first time home hunter. These tips are one in a series of home buying help that sets out to educate prospective homebuyers on the road owning their first house.
“It’s easy to get caught up in your emotions when you’re house hunting,” says Frank Generoso, WPF’s Home Buying Specialist. “You get attached to a home, and you don’t want to let it go, despite everything that’s wrong with it. And that’s when you end up knee deep in debt, trying to maintain a house that began falling apart the second you signed that contract.” That is why this upcoming week’s home buying quickie focuses on a buyer’s search for the perfect home. This set of do’s and don’ts discusses the common steps that many novice home hunters should make when dealing with house searching, as well as the potential unforeseen baggage and intangibles that may come along with a newly bought home.
The White Picket Fence Home Buying Institute is scheduled to release its home buying tips on Monday, June 27, via its blog on www.wpfnj.tv. These tips set out to help first time home buyers before they even start their house search and should put them in the right mindset that is needed to make strong, educated decisions on their future dream home.
For more home buying help, visit goo.gl/xr6AB, or speak with a WPF expert at 1-877-97-FENCE.