Buying is home is not easy. You need to line up credit, decide how much house to buy, find the house, deal with realtors and the sellers. It can be exhausting.
Even the search for the perfect home could take months. You must be patient enough to find a property that matches your style, expectations, and budget.
There are several mistakes that people, first-time buyers in particular, tend to make while looking for a new home.
And since buying a house is a major financial commitment, any mistake you make at the time of purchase could have long term consequences.
Given here are eight most common house hunting mistakes that you need to avoid at all costs.
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