homes.yahoo.com - Are you planning on buying your first home but don't have a plan for doing it? That may be a mistake, because there are a lot of details that go into getting it right.
It's important not to rush into buying a home, because a mortgage is usually the largest debt that people will get into in their lives, says Jim Duffy, a senior loan officer with Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc. "So it's much better to ask all the right questions, plan accordingly, and plan early," he explains.
And when he says early, he means it. "It's worth a year of planning in my opinion, because there are so many decisions you could regret later if they are made in haste," Duffy says.
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