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Depends upon you location. In my city they can't give house away... too many people think they are soooooooooooo darn special that they need new rather than a pre-owned home. That's just one of their shortcomings. As long as you look at home that fit well below your budget you will be fine. Far too many people over look the fact that a water pipe can break at any time and cost the homeowner thousands to repair. People should have a "emergency house fund" saved up in the tens of thousands Just like having a personal emergency fund. All in all the answer to your question would depend upon you area and your job. : ) Happy Autumn
Actually, the housing market has fallen quite a bit and will continue to fall but not as fast a pace. If you can purchase a house that you like and want to remain in for at least the next 7 years and it is cheaper than where you currently rent, then you should purchase.
Yeah, the way the finances in this country recently you may want to hold off for a while. I would wait till things seem to level off a bit. Plus the housing market low isn't expected to hit until next year.
Good time? If you have cash, maybe. I don't think houses are anywhere near their lows yet. And just because you were pre-approved, doesn't mean the money will be there when you need it. Hang in there.
Well it depends in ur area. around mine lke pennsylvania area n more inland, its not a really good time.