How to get your house built, even if you don’t have a mortgage or credit card
The average home buyer is saving up for a home-buying spree, but that’s not a guarantee that you’ll actually get a house when you buy one.
Here are a few ways to get that money started.
Flat-footing the house on the beach with your family of four in a beach chair is a great way to start.
It’s a fun way to show off the house you’re buying, and it will help you avoid the “do-it-yourself” syndrome that can make buying a house so expensive.
A family of 4 is about as common as a house full of kids in the beach, so you’ll want to do your research to find the perfect house.
The cheapest option for this kind of house might be the one that has a lot of windows and/or a garage.
If you’re going to go all-in on a house, make sure you know what you’re getting into before you buy.
It’ll be important to get a solid budget in place, because if you have to spend more on a home you don://t need, you’re in trouble.
In general, buying a home with a mortgage is a no-brainer, but a home is not always the cheapest way to spend money.
If you’re willing to put some serious money down, there are many other ways to make a good first home purchase.
Want more tips for buying a first home?
Check out this guide.
Are you saving money on your home buying?
Check our 10 best home investing ideas for 2018 and read our home budget guide.