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Buying a home should be one of the momentous events of your life. The price of the house, of course in the context of your income, will determine what budget you have available, the next many years. So make sure you still have enough to travel, with these three tips. 

Press the price with an experienced housing lawyer

There are many people involved when it comes to buying a home. Everything from a seller, over a real estate agent, a housing expert and several bankers. And yes, of course also you and possibly your partner, as buyers. Everyone has an opinion, but few have an opinion in your favor. Therefore, it may be beneficial to spend a little extra money on one Housing lawyer, which can help negotiate the price on your part. They are able to find the faults and shortcomings that you as a buyer can address when you decide to buy.

The art of compromise is a virtue

When buying a home, it can be difficult to decide which one is right for you. It all depends on how much money the bank allows you to borrow, how much money you want to have available in everyday life, where the home is located and what it looks like. If you are reading along here, it is probably important for you to have a little extra air in your budget so that you can still maintain your annual trip abroad. Therefore, consider what requirements you have for the house and adjust them to your budget. And finally, grab a real estate agent who can help you find exactly the house you are dreaming of.

Hear from the local community

Many people have started looking for housing outside the market. Maybe there is someone in the city you dream of living in who is considering selling their home. And maybe it's just your dream home that's not for sale yet. Therefore, do not be afraid to ask questions in the local community. You can also publish a status on Facebook, where you specify where you want to live and what you are looking for. Try it out. It can not hurt and maybe you are lucky to find the right place. That way, you can also be lucky that you can avoid incorporating a real estate agent, which is actually an expensive item, as you, together with a housing lawyer, can get a handle on all the legal issues.

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