Resources for Home Buying During the Pandemic
Published | Written by Jerry Newman
Buying a new home should be an exciting process, but the current pandemic has made it a bit more stressful than usual. Although things have opened back up, you might still be wondering how you can buy a home during the pandemic and stay safe.
Luckily, there are many online tools that can give you a sense of a home before buying it. In fact, some virtual tools are so helpful that you can close on a house without ever setting foot inside. Below, learn how to rely on real estate listings and discover what tools may be at your disposal.
Navigating Online Listings
Learn how to peruse online listings, things to be aware of, and how to find a home that meets your needs.
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Reading Between the Lines: What Real Estate Listings Really Mean
10 Real Estate Red Flags to Look for When House Hunting
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Virtual Tours, Closing, and Moving
Technology has made it easier than ever to purchase a home.
Homebuying Through Virtual Tours During Coronavirus
7 Reasons You Don't Need to See a House Before You Buy It
Home Closing Process Adapts to COVID-19 With Help From New Tech
Be Aware of Common Repairs You May Need to Make Before Moving in
Ensure All Your Records Are in One Place with a PDF File Merger Tool
It’s tough being a buyer when you’re concerned about touring homes, but there’s still hope. By learning how to use and interpret real estate listings, you quickly move past the homes that aren’t worth your time. And by working with an agent who offers virtual tours, you can get a good sense of a home and its neighborhood without actually visiting it.
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