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By Beenu Sikand on August 02, 2012

Refuted: Myths About Buying A Home

There are plenty of myths out there when it comes to buying a home. But don’t be fooled! Here are a few of those myths, refuted:

  • The Bigger The House, The Better. This isn’t always the case. Think quality over quantity, and invest in a home that fits your needs and budget now, not the needs and budget you’ll have a decade from now.
  • Right Now Just Isn’t A Good Time To Buy. In the Indianapolis area, this is simply not true. According to the National Association of Home Builders, the Indianapolis-Carmel area is the #1 most affordable major housing market in the entire country. This serves as good news for both buyers and sellers, as buyers have many homes available to them within their budget, and sellers have a large pool of potential buyers and the opportunity to sell their home in a timely manner.
  • You Should Wait Until You Find The Perfect Dream Home To Buy. While it’s wise to have a list of ideals when looking at potential homes, realize you may have to compromise on this list. It’s hard to face the facts, but that Perfect Dream Home may not actually exist.

Take this, for example: If your Perfect Dream House must be located in Washington Township in Indy and have a fireplace, a balcony, vaulted ceilings, a finished basement, a fenced-in yard, brand-new windows and roof, all appliances, at least three bedrooms and two bathrooms, and fall within your $200k price range, you might need to be a little more flexible. Sure, you should know what you want in a home, but if you’re too rigid on these ideals, you may be looking forever.

Refuted: Myths About Buying A Home

There are plenty of myths out there when it comes to buying a home. But don’t be fooled! Here are a few of those myths, refuted:

  • The Bigger The House, The Better. This isn’t always the case. Think quality over quantity, and invest in a home that fits your needs and budget now, not the needs and budget you’ll have a decade from now.
  • Right Now Just Isn’t A Good Time To Buy. In the Indianapolis area, this is simply not true. According to the National Association of Home Builders, the Indianapolis-Carmel area is the #1 most affordable major housing market in the entire country. This serves as good news for both buyers and sellers, as buyers have many homes available to them within their budget, and sellers have a large pool of potential buyers and the opportunity to sell their home in a timely manner.
  • You Should Wait Until You Find The Perfect Dream Home To Buy. While it’s wise to have a list of ideals when looking at potential homes, realize you may have to compromise on this list. It’s hard to face the facts, but that Perfect Dream Home may not actually exist.

Take this, for example: If your Perfect Dream House must be located in Washington Township in Indy and have a fireplace, a balcony, vaulted ceilings, a finished basement, a fenced-in yard, brand-new windows and roof, all appliances, at least three bedrooms and two bathrooms, and fall within your $200k price range, you might need to be a little more flexible. Sure, you should know what you want in a home, but if you’re too rigid on these ideals, you may be looking forever.

There are plenty of myths out there when it comes to buying a home. But don’t be fooled! Here are a few of those myths, refuted:
  The Bigger The House, The Better. This isn’t always the case. Think quality over quantity, and invest in a home that fits your needs and budget now, not the needs and budget you’ll have a decade from now.
 Right Now Just Isn’t A Good Time To Buy. In the Indianapolis area, this is simply not true. According to the National Association of Home Builders, the Indianapolis-Carmel area is the #1 most affordable major housing market in the entire country. This serves as good news for both buyers and sellers, as buyers have many homes available to them within their budget, and sellers have a large pool of potential buyers and the opportunity to sell their home in a timely manner.
You Should Wait Until You Find The Perfect Dream Home To Buy. While it’s wise to have a list of ideals when looking at potential homes, realize you may have to compromise on this list. It’s hard to face the facts, but that Perfect Dream Home may not actually exist.
 
Take this, for example: If your Perfect Dream House must be located in Washington Township in Indy and have a fireplace, a balcony, vaulted ceilings, a finished basement, a fenced-in yard, brand-new windows and roof, all appliances, at least three bedrooms and two bathrooms, and fall within your $200k price range, you might need to be a little more flexible. Sure, you should know what you want in a home, but if you’re too rigid on these ideals, you may be looking forever.
 


 

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