Welcome to On Home Buying and Credit Repair
The 10 Most Important Home Buying and Credit Repair Questions
- Is Home Ownership for you at this time?
- To own or to rent? That is the question.
- Would home ownership save you taxes?
- Begin by maximizing your credit score.
- Financial reality check.
- Types of mortgages.
- Hire a broker or go it alone?
- Foreclosures and bank owned properties.
- Negotiations, offers and sales agreements.
- How to handle the Worst Case Scenario.
On Home Buying and Credit Repair
During the course of practicing Law for 37 years, I have spent countless hours consulting with people regarding whether or not to proceed with the purchase of a home and how to go about doing it if it’s right for them at that time.
It has been on my mind for some time that it would be a win-win situation for all if I put down the facts and knowledge I have acquired during these decades of study and experience.
Needless repetition is avoided this way and we all win from that.
It has become apparent that this compilation of the results of my studies will save the reader money that might otherwise have been spent on attorney’s fees.
This book contains a summarization of objective facts as well as my thinking on these matters that will be of great value to those who read it. It has become apparent that this compilation of the results of my studies will save the reader money that might otherwise have been spent on attorney’s fees.
Clearly a knowledgeable attorney should be hired at some point if you decide to complete the purchase of a home. I know this book will give you a firm base of knowledge that will make that attorney’s job easier in that you will be such a knowledgeable partner in the business at hand that no one will think about underestimating you in any way. For advice that is specific to your own personal circumstances, you should consult your own trusted professional.
This comprehensive, reliable and thorough road map is written for the newcomer to the process of home buying, but it is also rich in detail useful to those who already have some knowledge through their own experience and study. We are all students here and always will be. The law is constantly changing and always will change and evolve with time.
Knowledge is power.
The advice on maximizing your credit score is so useful and comprehensive that it alone is worth the price of the book. Regardless of whether you ultimately proceed to buy a home, you will benefit greatly from the knowledge gained by following through on what you learn from this chapter.
For most people, the decision of whether or not to buy a home is the single most important financial decision they will ever make. Although choosing where you will live long term is an emotional process, that process can be quite rewarding and I have tried to keep this factor in mind.
However, let it be clear that the business side of the equation must ultimately have the greater weight in all final decisions. Start by learning to think ahead, I mean really ahead and you will do just fine.
The information contained in this book is for informational purposes only. There is no substitute for discussing your individual situation with your own attorney. It is my hope that your dealings with professionals will be aided by what you learn here.
Let’s put it together right! I will help you think it through, that’s a promise.
~ Edward F. St. Onge, Sr. J.D.
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