Determining A Price Range
If you are working with a real estate agent to find a new home, the agent will probably ask a lot of questions about your income, liquid assets, and debt situation. The real estate agent needs such information to help you determine your price range.
Whether you are buying your first home, or moving up, your agent can give you solid advice on how to maximize your buying power. With so many mortgage alternatives available, you may find that you can buy more than you thought. Your individual situation might make some types of mortgages or financing more of a risk than you really want to take. Each buyer's situation is unique, and real estate agents understand the importance of finding you the perfect home and the perfect financing to enable you to afford it.
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What classic 1932 movie scene was filmed between 923 and 935 Vendome Street in the Silver Lake district of Los Angeles?
Laurel and Hardy tried to lug a heavy piano up a really long outdoor stairway in "The Music Box."
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