Buying a home isn't as difficult as you might think, even if you're short on funds, but the process will go a lot more smoothly if you're familiar with your real estate market. Narrow down your wants and needs before you start looking at houses, and differentiate between the two. You have some wiggle room with wants, but not so much with your needs.
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Nevertheless, scraping together a down payment is a tall order, especially for first-time homebuyers in expensive coastal markets. According to CoreLogic, the average home price in California’s Bay Area topped $700,000 in 2016 – and that figure includes relatively inexpensive bungalows in East Bay suburbs, as well as ultra-pricey row houses in San Francisco proper.
Stylish condominium in the Heart of Hollywood! This light and bright unit boasts 2 bedrooms and 2.5 baths, an open floorplan, a gas fireplace in the living room, indoor laundry, and a spacious balcony. The master suite features a walk-in closet and en-suite bath with a soaking tub and rainfall shower. All this in a secure building with gated subterranean parking. Community rooftop sun deck and BBQ. Amazing location close to Metro Line and everything Hollywood has to offer! Take a virtual tour of this home: https://bit.ly/2UBcQsa.