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I'm looking to move in to a home by november 2014 the earliest. I just got pre approved for a FHA 30 year fixed mortgage loan, and I will start looking at homes this week. I know I'll talk to my realtor and loan officer about this, but sometimes its easier to get overview/opinions from others. I am looking for a detailed timeline and and maybe some average pricing. How long does the process take? How does closing work? How does an appraisal work? What surprises can I expect? Etc. Some more background info: We are first time home buyers. We plan on looking at home is the Buffalo, indiana area at $40,000-60,000. I am aware that is a large gap but I want to exhaust all my options, and will be starting to look at the lower priced homes first. We are willing to put as much as 20% down payment (we're allowed to give down to 3.5%). I know this is a long question already, but if any one knows of any good banks or companies I can use to compare rates that would be great. I also have no signed any agreements with any realtor.
There is way more to learn than someone can answer here. You should read the book home buying for dummies. Just some things that jump out to me. You are purchasing a low priced home. Why would you take a 30 year mortgage for it. You are going to pay more in interest during the life of the loan than the cost of the house. An FHA loan can have 3.5% down. That does not mean a buyer will accept an offer with a 3.5% down. It's more likely in your area but where I live I wouldn't give it the time of day. You want a strong offer. A low down shows that you can barely afford the house. Use a mortgage broker or Quicken Loans. Mortgage brokers will know all the options in your area. Quicken has low rates as long as you are sure you are going to buy. Make sure the offer is contingent on the inspection and being able to secure financing. Q1. It's dependent upon where you live. There are no houses under $200,000 in my neighborhood. That sounds like a mansion in yours. Q2. It can take days or years. I have friends who moved to a new state on July 28th. They have already found a home they liked, had the offer accepted, and the inspection has been done. They will close in the middle of Sept. Q3. You sign a bunch of paperwork, hand over a cashiers check or make sure that a wire transfer occurs, and you are handed the keys. Q4. The current owner lets the appraiser into the house and you make sure they get a check. Q5. If we could tell you the surprises, it wouldn't be a surprise. FYI - there is a homebuying season (late spring / summer). You are going to have limited choices of houses for sale in Buffalo in the Fall. People don't want to move in November when it's 32F outside.
Find an experinced full time realtor to represent you. Have them sit down with you and talk prior to going out and looking at homes. How long it takes to find the right house depends on you as much as anyone. The first time out is simply for education- but you could find the best house very quickly. In my market the homes in the lower price range that are not trash sell within a day- so if your market is similar- once you have figured out what you need then you should make a good offer. Talk with your loan officer about your downpayment. If they are a good loan officer they will tell you why most of us would not use an FHA loan if we plan on putting 20% down.
I’m sharing with you what I know best - pre-purchase inspections. It is probably a no-brainer to hire a property inspector prior to buying a home. Avail the most comprehensive report you can possibly get your hands into. This report would allow you to walk back through the house and view all issues or concerns that have been raised. I wish you are located in NSW, Australia so we would have been of great help to you. (I’m sure that you are currently busy with financing research so may this answer serves as a reminder on other aspects of home buying that you should consider in your budget.)
I think it's very important to know about buying any assets. For home we have to know it's legality by authority and what types of facilitates are including with this Home. if we are verify everything we can avoid any kind of problem. Thank you very much for reading my comments.
The period between September and November is the busiest time of the year for real estate agents and finance/mortgage brokers. As this is the time of the year when many Australians are Looking to take out home loans.