Life events pose a unique challenge because each is a new or infrequent occurrence for which many people have little or no prior experience.
For many, buying a home is the single largest transaction that we will ever make.
Not only is the mortgage likely to draw off a considerable chunk of our paycheck for up to 30 years, but the care and maintenance of a home is equally consuming.
Here is our advice on this topic.
Buying a Home
|Undoubtedly, buying a home will rank among
the most important and stressful events of
your life. Besides the money involved, a
great deal of your (and your family’s) happiness
depends on selecting the right location,
the right size, and the right amenities.
Moreover, undoing a poor choice rarely is
a simple proposition. Nonetheless, surprisingly
few homebuyers make this critical decision
with appropriate thoroughness.
We will separate our discussion of home buying into these topics:
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