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What Would You Give?

March 10, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

Yogi Berra said he’d give his right arm to be ambidextrous. While most first-time home buyers are not going to that extreme, it is interesting to see what sacrifices are being made according to the National Association of REALTORS® 2016 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers.

• 43% – cut spending on luxury or non-essential items
• 34% – cut spending on entertainment
• 27% – cut spending on clothes
• 14% – canceled vacation plans
9% – earned extra income through a second job
• 7% – sold or decided not to purchase a vehicle
• 44% – did not need to make any sacrifices

Forty-percent of first-time buyers experienced some difficulty during the mortgage application and approval process. Single, male buyers expressed a higher incidence of difficulty than single females and married or unmarried couples.

Pre-approval from a qualified mortgage lender before the home search process begins is still considered the best advice for all buyers who will purchase with a mortgage. Your real estate professional can make recommendations for a loan officer that could help you avoid unnecessary aggravations.



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