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Apr 5, 2014 8:41AM
It maybe ok to buy a house on line if you or someone representing you has seen the place.   If you can tell the condition of the property and asses the faults needing repairs to compile the cost you will encounter.  Without this knowledge you are flying blind.  The best estimates to repair old properties will usually come up about 20 or 30% short.  There are to many variables and hidden problems to catch them all.

No debt is big when retired. Most of the money that once was used as mortgage payment is saved for future home upgrades and repairs. Keeps you from barrowing more. 

Sep 19, 2013 9:12AM
After all the time's I have been RIPPED of online I would not buy a candy bar online!!
Sep 12, 2013 6:29PM
You ****s have no idea how much crap realtors have to put up with. Yeah just shuffle a few papers and turn on lights for a showing thats it...LOL If they make so much money and it's so easy why don't you do it? 
Sep 12, 2013 5:36PM
if you "buy a home online" you will never be safe. Nothing online is safe. Get it?
Sep 12, 2013 3:37PM
Real Estate Agents mostly suck and are WAY over paid ... But NEVER buy a house or car online without seeing / inspecting / driving it first.
Sep 12, 2013 11:37AM
The biggest rip-off in real estate deals is the Realtor. They shuffle a few papers and get up to 8% of the sale. Just get a closing agent or a lawyer, whatever your state requires, but stay far away from any realtors!
Sep 10, 2013 4:57AM
i didn't know that anyway i look for properties on the major websites...
Sep 9, 2013 5:43AM

Anyone looking to buy a home, whether online or in person, should educate themselves because this will likely be the biggest purchases of your life! To avoid becoming a future, foreclosure statistic, set a price that you are comfortable with, not what the bank, broker or agent says you "can qualify for." This means do not buy more house than you can pay for and still pay your other financial obligations (food, utilities, insurance, taxes, etc.). I got an amazon ebook ("stuff I told my kids about how to buy your first house") for my son to get some basic info BEFORE he sees anything with a real estate agent. It is less than 3 dollars and free to borrow for prime members. Well worth it in my opinion.

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