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According to the National Association of Realtors, 34 percent of all home buyers are first-timers. Buying a house can be an intimidating experience, especially if it’s your first time. You have to consider many things, like your budget and the type of house that serves your needs. There’s also the need to go to open houses or staging to check out properties.

When you’re in this process, remember the following. These factors will help you get a house you’ll love for years to come.


The neighborhood of your future residence is an important factor to consider when buying your first house. Is it located near your workplace? Are there hospitals, banks, groceries and other amenities nearby? If you have children, consider a neighborhood with a good school district as well.

Floor Plan

Looking at a property’s floor plan is important when buying a house. Floor plans help you understand better how every inch of space is used. Take, for example, the new homes for sale in Lee’s Summit. The floor plans for each house are indicated so you can easily see what will fit your needs.

Curb Appeal

A house with curb appeal is a good investment. Curb appeal refers to the attractiveness of a property’s exterior. If you’re buying a property with an already high curb appeal, it’ll likely cost more. But, the key is to maintain or improve this so if it’s time for you to sell, you can close the deal at a higher price than you bought it.


Inspecting the construction of the property you’re looking at is vital. It will be your chance to check whether there are cracks in the walls or how the windows open and close. Inspect if there is possible water damage in the ceiling or bad pipelines. These are important things to check out because these can affect your living conditions in the long run.

When you go house hunting, don’t treat it like a walk in the park. Be involved and thorough so you can end up with the kind of house you’ve always dreamed of.

Terohan Nula