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How Ready Are You to Buy a Home?

Determining Your Dream Home and Finding It!

Factory Built Homes Are Worth a Look

Purchase Manufactured Homes with FHA Loan

How to Buy a Foreclosed Home

Pros and Cons of Corner Lots

Know the Neighborhood Before You Buy

Tune in to an Open House on the Radio

Finding a Qualified Broker or Agent

Shopping for a Loan and Choosing a Lender

How to Improve Your Credit

How to Survive the Loan Application Process

Making an Offer and Signing Contracts

Cancel Your Contract in 3 Days

Understanding the Closing/Settlement Process

Choosing Home Inspection and Settlement Professionals

Double Check Your New Home - The Walkthrough

Know Your Consumer Rights

Seniors Have Many Housing Opportunities

Preparing for the Big Day -- Relocating Moving

Make Your Home Your Castle - Cost Effective Redecorating Ideas


Pop Quiz

True or False:

1. It is important to consider the amount of time it will take to find a home on your own, not to mention the number of homes you may be able to find.
True False

2. An agent can help you: find a house, negotiate, select the right house, and guide you through the closing process.
True False

3. An agent is normally paid for by the seller and will have the seller's interest in mind when trying to help you buy.
True False

4. A buyer broker also works for the seller.
True False

5. Dual agents work can work for both the buyer and the seller.
True False

6. Split agents also work for both the buyer and seller at the same time.
True False

7. Buyer brokers will charge you a fee to help you find a home.
True False

8. A disclosure statement is a standard procedure when working with an agent.
True False

9. Using an agent from another area is not a problem.
True False

10. You should always interview an agent before agreeing to work with her.
True False

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