From rate buydowns to design appointments and everything in between, we’ve compiled some of our most helpful homebuyer resources to make your experience of purchasing a new home seamless. Get ready to expand your knowledge and embark on one of the most exciting journeys of your life.
1. The Homebuyers’ Guide to Finances
Managing the financial side of homebuying can be intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. We put together a list of all the finance-related things you should know when purchasing a home so you feel confident during your new home search.
2. Breaking Down Rate Buydowns
You may have heard the term “rate buydown” on your new home search in the Carolinas, but what does it actually mean? Learn how this financing arrangement works to understand its benefits with insight from one of our preferred lenders, Flynn Harris, at Atlantic Bay Mortgage Group.
3. Ins & Outs of Securing a Mortgage
For those of us that look to industry experts to guide us through the world of mortgage approvals, the various types of loans that exist, and the best interest rates, this one’s for you. Here’s everything that you need to know when securing a mortgage, according to one of our preferred lenders, Alex Browning, Senior Loan Officer at American Security Mortgage.
4. Terms Every New Homebuyer Should Know
Real estate has its fair share of lingo, and for first-time buyers, these terms can get confusing. That’s why we put together a glossary to eliminate confusion and provide clarity on every aspect of your homebuying experience.
5. Discover Our Personalized Design Experience
With so many options available, making design choices for your new home can feel overwhelming. To make things easier for you, we put together decor basics 101 and a list of what to expect during your design appointment, so you can make the most of your time and get answers to your most important questions.
Looking for more resources to make the most of your homebuying experience? Check out our tips to prepare your finances when looking for a new home and learn what it means to buy a new home vs. resale in Charlotte.