Ten Commandments Of Buying a Home

Whether it is your first home or your second, there are 10 commandments to follow during the long road of purchasing a home.

  1. Thou shall not change jobs, become self-employed or quit your job.
  2. Thou shall not buy a car, truck, van or boat (you may be living in it).



  3. Thou shall not use credit card excessively, apply for new credit or let your accounts fall behind.
  4. Thou shall not spend money you have set aside for closing.
  5. Thou shall not omit debit or liabilities from your loan application.
  6. Thou shall not buy furniture.
  7. Thou shall not originate  any inquiries into your credit.
  8. Thou shall not make large deposits without first checking with your loan officer.
  9. Thou shall not change bank accounts.
  10. Thou shall not co-sign a loan for ANYONE.

If you are wanting to purchase new furniture for you new home, start a new job, it is best to be patient and wait until after you close on your home.

Purchasing a home may seem like a long road, but with my help, I can drive you comfortably through the curves, hills, and possible potholes you may encounter along the way.

Until next time!

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Ruth A Cullis
Real Estate Consultant
Keller Williams Realty Downtown
Office: 303-539-5700
Licensed In: CO
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