The other day a friend was asking me about whether or not I was ever considering buying my own home. I told him, “Yes, of course,” — I’m just not in a position where I want to do that right now. As we continued talking, I realized that there might be an option to do so in the near future. I did some research and came across some ideas for moving forward.
According to the National Real Estate Advisors, they focus on getting returns on investment for their customers. As I was considering how I might go about to get involved in real estate, I checked out one of the real estate advisors in my area, and checked out their website. Though, I’m still pondering the move, I am gaining more information every day.
The challenges that are stopping me are:
- I’m not sure where to buy property at the moment.
- I’m not sure which advisor/agent to go with.
- I’m not sure how the process works, really.
Where to Buy Property
At the moment, I’m considering buying property in California, though, Florida is my second option. I need to see what types of financing I might qualify for. I’m currently looking into this to see what my options are– soon I will be moving forward.
This is another challenge for me– which advisor or agent to go with. My friend gave me a reference to a different agent, though, I’m considering all my options at this point. I know that I want to find someone I can trust and whom will do a good job, though, I will be continuing to do more research and find the right person soon.
I’m learning more and more about the process as I do more research. There are several great resources online, though, the challenge is to sift through all the information. From there, I plan to double-check with a couple other people in my inner circle, and then decide on a direction to go.
Buying property is a challenge if you haven’t done it before. There is a lot of contradicting information out there on the web. I hope to make a selection soon, and update this blog post.