Buying a home

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NM Home Team New Home - Albuquerque

When it comes to buying a new home, there are a lot of options. Whether you are looking to relocate for a new job, or simply need a bigger house because of your growing family: NM Home Team has you covered! 

Take a look at the options for sale in the Albuquerque area, by following the link to our website here: NM Home Team | Albuquerque Homes

If you need further assistance and would like a few pointers, we are here to help!

Contact us via phone anytime at (505) 450-3779, or chat with us LIVE on the website: NM Home Team Main Page

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Starter homes are great for a small family, newlyweds or a couple without children.  As your family begins to grow, you may feel that the smaller "starter" home you bought may not be the best fit for your family.  

Here are five signs that you may have outgrown your home and it may be time to upgrade.  

1. Your family has grown.  As your children get older or you have more children, you may find that spaces are beginning to get cramped.  Toys fill the bedrooms, living room and have began to take over the kitchen and other common areas. 

2. You've gotten older.  You don't necessarily need a larger home, you may just need a home that meets your needs better.  As your children get older and move on, you may find your home is no longer suiting your

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When you are buying your first home, it might be a little overwhelming knowing where to start and what comes next.  I remember being confused, not knowing where to start or if we were even ready to buy a home.  

Here are 5 things to think about when you start considering that home ownership might be in your future.  

1. Think about what you can afford.  What are you currently paying for rent?  Could you afford to pay anymore than you already are?  Do you have any money saved that you could put down to help lower your mortgage payment?  Once you know what type of payment you can afford, you are able to figure a price range of the homes to begin looking at.  You don't want to have a budget of $200,000 but fall in love with a home that is $400,00.  

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