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The complete idiot's guide to buying and selling a home

Author: Shelley O'Hara; Maris Bluestein
Publisher: New York, NY : Alpha Books, ©1998 [i.e. ©1997]
Series: Complete idiot's guide.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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Explains how to locate a house to buy, negotiate an offer, get a mortgage, use the Internet to finance and sell one's home, increase resale value, and sell without a real estate agent.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Shelley O'Hara; Maris Bluestein
ISBN: 0028619595 9780028619590
OCLC Number: 39484955
Notes: Includes index.
Errata slip inserted: "The copyright notice in this edition is incorrect. Future printings will properly state: Copyright c1994, 1997 by Alpha Books."
Description: xxii, 330 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Find Your Dream Home --
The Dream of Owning a Home --
The Advantages of Owning a Home --
The Disadvantages of Owning a Home --
When Not to Buy a Home --
Little-Known Facts About Buying a Home --
Finding Real Estate Information with Your PC --
The Least You Need to Know --
Understanding the Up-Front Costs of Buying a Home --
Down Payments --
How Much Down Payment Do You Need? --
Where to Get the Down Payment --
What If You Don't Have Money for the Down Payment? --
When Do You Fork Over the Down Payment? --
Closing Costs --
Lender Fees --
Advance and Reserve Payments --
Other Fees --
Adding Up All the Costs --
The Least You Need to Know --
Figuring Out How Much You Can Borrow --
Before All the Numbers Make You Dizzy --
How Much Are You Worth? --
Totaling Your Income --
Totaling Your Monthly Expenses --
How Much Can You Borrow? --
Getting a Ballpark Figure --
Using a Lender's Ballpark Figure --
What's Your Ratio? --
Looking at an Example --
Prequalifying for a Loan --
Prequalifying Informally --
Getting Preapproved --
Prequalifying Online --
Checking Your Credit Record --
Getting a Credit Report --
Correcting a Mistake or Responding to Problems --
Dealing with a Bad Credit Report --
The Least You Need to Know --
Picking an Agent --
Types of Brokers --
Brokers --
Agents --
Realtors --
New Home Agents --
Who Pays the Agent, or Who's on My Side? --
Using a Buyer's Agent --
Using a Subagent --
Using a Discount Broker --
Do You Need an Agent? --
Financial Help --
Finding the Right House --
Negotiating and Closing the Deal --
Selecting a Good Agent --
Finding an Agent --
Finding an Agent Online --
Putting an Agent to the Test --
Getting Rid of an Agent --
Working with For-Sale-By-Owner Homes --
The Least You Need to Know --
Defining Your Dream Home --
A Few Cautions --
This Is Your Life --
Home to Stay or Home to Resell? --
Is This a Family Home? --
What Is Your Job Situation? --
Location, Location, Location --
Style of House --
How Many Stories? --
To Paint or Not to Paint --
Age of the House --
Existing Home --
New Home --
Condominium --
The Home Itself --
Eating --
Sleeping --
Getting Clean --
Relaxing --
Storing Stuff --
Outside the House --
Heating, Cooling, and More --
Amenities --
Definite No's --
Checklist --
The Least You Need to Know --
Finding Houses on the Market --
What to Expect When Looking for a Home --
How Long Does It Take? --
Buyer's Market versus Seller's Market --
Seasonal Sales --
Finding the Right Place --
Finding the Right Community --
Finding the Right Neighborhood --
Finding a House --
Drive-Bys --
Local Papers --
MLS Listings --
Word of Mouth --
Auctions and Foreclosures --
Online Listings --
The Least You Need to Know --
Looking at a House --
What to Expect --
Do You Like the House? --
Does the House Have Everything You Need? --
Can You Live in the House? --
If You Don't Like Something, Can You Change It? --
Is the House Well-Maintained? --
Is the Neighborhood Acceptable? --
What Are the Taxes? --
Your House and the Neighborhood --
Checking the Area --
What Are the Schools Like? --
What About Emergencies? --
What About Fun? --
Checklist --
The Least You Need to Know --
Make an Offer --
Making an Offer --
Understanding the Sales or Purchase Contract --
What's Included in the Offer --
Tips on Making an Offer --
How Much Do You Offer? --
Comparing Other Sales Prices --
How Motivated Is the Seller? --
Can You Afford the House? --
What Terms? --
What Else from the Seller? --
Contingencies --
Financing --
The Deed and Title --
The Inspection --
The Appraisal --
Other Contingencies --
Setting Time Limits --
Personal Property --
Condition of House at Settlement --
Prorations --
Other Provisions --
Making a Deposit --
The Least You Need to Know --
Negotiating --
Understanding the Offer Process --
Offer Strategies --
Handling Counteroffers --
Receiving a Counteroffer --
Responding to a Counteroffer --
When to Quit --
Having an Offer Accepted --
Withdrawing an Offer --
Do I Need a Real Estate Attorney? --
The Least You Need to Know --
Buying a New Home --
Finding a House --
Selecting a Subdivision --
Searching for a New Home Online --
Selecting a Good Builder --
Selecting a Plan --
Selecting a Good Lot --
Negotiating a Sales Contract --
Negotiating Contract Terms --
Negotiating for Upgrades --
Using an Agent --
Getting a Deal --
Home Warranties --
Avoiding Problems --
The Least You Need to Know --
Buying a Condominium or Co-Op --
Buying a Condominium or Townhouse --
Advantages and Disadvantages of Condominium Living --
The Board Rules! --
Selecting a Community --
Checking Out the Condominium --
Making an Offer --
Buying a Co-Op --
Selecting a Co-Op --
Financing Your Co-Op --
The Least You Need to Know --
Get Financing --
Getting Financing --
How Lending Works --
Interest Rates, or What's the Charge? --
Points --
Term --
Types of Financing --
Conventional Loans --
Government-Backed Loans --
Fixed-Rate Loans --
Adjustable-Rate Mortgage Loans --
Other Loan Types --
Conforming versus Nonconforming Loans --
How to Decide on the Type of Financing --
How Much Can You Afford for a Down Payment? --
How Much Can You Afford for a Monthly Payment? --
How Long Will You Live in the House? --
What Are the Current Interest Rates? --
What's Your Risk Level? --
The Least You Need to Know --
Getting a Fixed-Rate Mortgage --
Adding the Pluses --
Subtracting the Minuses --
Checking Interest and Points --
How Long to Pay? --
30-Year versus 15-Year versus Biweekly --
Is the Shorter Term Better? --
Prepaying Your Mortgage --
The Least You Need to Know --
Getting an Adjustable-Rate Mortgage --
Pros and Cons of an Adjustable-Rate Mortgage --
Pros --
Cons --
Understanding How an Adjustable-Rate Mortgage Works --
Initial or Teaser Rate --
The Margin --
The Adjustment Interval --
Caps --
Negative Amortization Is a No-No --
Selecting an ARM--What to Look For --
Interest Rates --
Margins --
Adjustment Intervals --
Caps --
Other Features to Look For --
Look at the Worst-Case Scenario --
Two-Step Mortgages --
Types of Two-Steps --
How to Do the Two-Step --
Is the Two-Step for You? --
7/23 and 5/25 Balloons --
The Least You Need to Know --
Understanding Other Financing --
VA Loans --
Assumptions --
Balloon Mortgages --
Takebacks, Second Mortgages, and Similar Alternatives --
Buy-Downs --
Land Contracts or Layaway Payments --
Lease Options --
Other Options --
The Least You Need to Know --
Selecting a Lender --
Types of Lenders --
Who's Got the Money? --
The Secondary Market, or the Business of Selling Mortgages --
Ginnie Mae, Fannie Mae, and Bobby Sue --
Portfolio and Jumbo Loans --
Where to Find a Lender --
Getting Help from Your Agent --
Reviewing a Mortgage Advertisement --
Looking for a Lender Online --
Questions to Ask Lenders --
Comparing Fixed-Rate Loans --
Comparing ARMs --
The Least You Need to Know --
Applying for the Mortgage --
The Players --
How the Lender Decides Whether to Lend You Money --
Taking the Application --
Verifying Information --
Credit Report --
Getting an Appraisal --
Approving or Denying the Loan --
Applying for the Loan --
Spilling Your Financial Guts --
Locking In an Interest Rate --
Estimating Closing Costs --
Estimating Interest Rates --
Ensuring a Smooth Process --
What to Do If You Can't Get a Loan --
Income Problems --
Credit Problems --
Appraisal Problems --
Discrimination --
The Least You Need to Know --
Close on the House --
Insurance --
Understanding the Types of Insurance --
Getting Home Insurance --
What Insurance Covers --
Types of Insurance --
How Much Do You Need? --
Tips on Insurance --
Search the Web for Insurance Information --
How Payments Are Made --
Comparing Insurance --
Getting Mortgage Insurance --
Paying Mortgage Insurance --
Canceling Mortgage Insurance --
Getting Title Insurance --
The Title Search --
What Title Insurance Protects --
The Least You Need to Know --
Having the Home Inspected --
Why Get an Inspection? --
Scheduling an Inspection --
What the Inspector Checks --
What the Inspector Should Check --
What the Inspector Doesn't Check --
What the Inspector Shouldn't Do --
Reading the Inspection Report --
Handling Any Problems --
The Least You Need to Know --
Handling the Closing: Buyer's Point of View --
What Has to Happen Before the Closing --
Who Owns the House? --
The Final Walk-Through --
What You Pay at Closing --
Don't Forget the Down Payment --
Closing Costs --
Items Payable in Connection with the Loan --
Items Required by the Lender to Be Paid in Advance --
Reserves Deposited with the Lender --
Title Charges --
Government Recording and Transfer Charges --
Additional Settlement Charges --
Escrow Accounts--Forced Payments --
The Total Comes to --
What Happens at Closing --
What You Should Bring to the Big Event --
Signed, Sealed, and Delivered --
Exchanging Money --
The Totals --
The Closing Costs --
The Passing of the Keys --
Handling Problems --
Walk-Through Problems --
Money Problems --
Loan Problems --
Title Problems --
Moving In! --
The Least You Need to Know --
Sell Your House --
Deciding To Sell Your Home --
Why Do You Want to Sell? --
Likes, Dislikes, Wishes, and Wants --
What Do You Hope to Gain? --
Timing the Sale --
When Is the Best Time to Sell? --
Buying Your Next Home --
Buy First --
Buy and Sell Together --
Sell First --
What Costs Are Involved? --
What to Expect When You Sell Your Home --
Getting the House Ready --
Deciding Whether to Use an Agent --
Pricing and Marketing the House --
Negotiating Offers --
Closing on the House --
Buying a New House --
The Least You Need to Know --
Getting the House Ready --
Doing Repairs --
Inspecting the House Yourself --
Having a Professional Inspection Done --
Deciding What Repairs to Make --
Do It Yourself or Hire Someone? --
Should You Remodel? --
Cleaning Up --
First Impressions Count--Clean Up the Outside --
Cleaning the Inside --
Eliminating Clutter --
Put Everything Away! --
Undecorating the House --
Collecting Information --
Understanding Seller Disclosure --
Do You Have to Disclose?
Series Title: Complete idiot's guide.
Other Titles: Idiot's guide to buying and selling a home
Responsibility: by Shelley O'Hara with Maris Bluestein.
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Explains how to locate a house to buy, negotiate an offer, get a mortgage, use the Internet to finance and sell one's home, increase resale value, and sell without a real estate agent.

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