First Time Home Buyers Webinar

Dated: 04/05/2018

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Timestamped Table of Contents 

1:20 - Why It's So Important To Get Pre-Approved For A Mortgage First

4:25 - Employment Requirements

6:00 - Quick Word For Self-Employed Borrowers 

7:30 - Income Requirements & Understanding Debt To Income Ratios 

11:00 - Staying in your "Comfort" Zone when it comes to

12:50 - How Good Does Your Credit Need To Be To Buy A House? 

18:15 - Documents That You'll Need To Provide 

24:20 - Down Payment Requirements (and special programs you might qualify for) 

28:00 - Does it make sense to shop around for a mortgage? 

30:15 - Home Searching Hacks (also, check out this article

41:00 - How To Choose The Right Real Estate Agent For You

47:45 - The Negotiation Process, What To Expect 

50:45 - Contingencies To Watch Out For Once You Have A Contract 

59:00 - How To Get Started Right Now :)

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LaTricia Kelly

Hi, welcome to my home search and value website dedicated to the Eglin AFB and Greater Destin Area. I am a single mom of two beautiful daughters and spent over 17 years as an Air Force spouse, so I kn....

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