I want to buy a house, but I don't know how to apply or what I need?

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Answered by Hosh Weekes, Financial Adviser in Hampton, VA
Start with finding a first-time homebuyer's class in your area. They are HUD-certified and taught by real estate professionals, to include housing counselors, agents, home inspectors and brokers. | 07.17.16 @ 07:56
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Answered by James Barath, CMPS, Certified Mortgage Planner in Crown Point, IN
Speak with family and friends to find out who they would recommend. Then speak to a local mortgage professional who can give you proper guidance on what you personally need to do in order to get ready. Depending on the loan program and your specific situation, your local mortgage professional will walk you through the rest of the home loan process. Good luck buying a home. | 07.19.16 @ 19:22
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Answered by David Skow, Mortgage BrokerPRO+ in Seattle , WA
You can also meet or talk with a loan person to learn about the process and begin the "pre-approval" process. This process is free and relatively easy. | 07.19.16 @ 19:23
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