Prepare for This Year’s Spring Market

Are you struggling to find the perfect home in today’s spring market? Due to this year’s market conditions, you may have to put in more time and effort than in previous years to find the right home. Here are four ways to ensure your house hunting experience goes smoothly this spring.

Refresh Your Pre-approval

We are in an extremely busy market, so lenders are taking longer to approve financing. If you are going to make an offer on a home, let your mortgage broker know beforehand, so they can let you know if they need missing or updated documents. This simple step allows for a quicker mortgage approval during the spring market.  

Be Prepared to Move Quickly

In today’s market, homes are moving fast. Once you find the home you want, you don’t have time to waste. You need to be prepared to move quickly. A mortgage pre-approval ensures you make an offer on a home within your price range. 

Find a Realtor® You Trust

A good Realtor® will take your budget and your list of wants and needs into account to help you find the best options available to you. Your Realtor® will also negotiate with the sellers on your behalf and put together a competitive offer. This is extremely valuable in today’s market.

Remain Open-Minded

It’s important to keep an open mind when house hunting. Not only will this expand the options available to you, but you never know what hidden gem you may stumble upon while looking. Keep in mind that we offer a purchase plus improvements mortgage that will allow you to add renovation costs to your mortgage to turn a hidden gem into your dream home.

Buying a house is seen as a significant life moment, so it’s important to stay educated on market conditions. We are here to make sure you are taking the proper steps to acheive your home goals this spring.


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