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100 Questions Every First-time Home Buyer Should Ask : With Answers From Top Brokers From Around The Country (2005)

Call Number 643.12/GLINK,I

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Adult Nonfiction643.12/GLINK,IAvailable
Published: New York : Three Rivers Press, c2005
Edition:  3rd ed
Description:  xvi, 490 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 1400081971,
Language:  English

Includes index

How do I know what I want? -- How do I look for a home? -- How do I identify what I need versus what I like in a home? -- How do I know what I can afford to spend? -- Putting together the deal -- Negotiating the deal -- Possession -- Financing your home -- Playing the mortgage game -- Before you close -- The closing -- Happily ever after Related Searches:
House buying
Residential real estate -- Purchasing
House buying -- United States
Residential real estate -- Purchasing -- United States
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