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What Home Buys Wish They Knew Before Buying


The process of buying a house can be painful and tedious. Homeownership can also be much more expensive than you think, even if you think you know all your expenses in advance. Business Insider listed things most homeowners things wish they known before they bought a home. You can shop around for lenders, and you should. The home inspection is wildly important. Pay for a great inspector because they will be worth it. The closing costs can be brutal.

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