The house buying process explained
With many hurdles to overcome when buying a property, the process can seem daunting to first time buyers starting out on their journey.
Common factors that those entering into property ownership need to think about include the fees and costs involved, the funding options available to them and what legal support they need to obtain. Potential challenges and issues should also be considered at the very beginning, so that contingency plans can be put in place to allow the house buying process to run smoothly.
Below is Affirmative Finance’s guide to surviving the house buying process. With information on how to handle the different stages and issues first time buyers are likely to encounter, including financing options, property chains, timescales and the various added costs involved in buying a home, the valuable information can give you a full understanding of what to expect so that the process can remain as straightforward as possible for you.
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