The price of the property varies depending on the location, size, and characteristics.
Prepare and focus on your family's budget.
Set a fixed price that you will be able to pay monthly.
At different times of the day, walk around your future neighborhood.
Do not underestimate the costs of acquiring a property.
Make sure to investigate about the past history of the property.
Seek a professional that will be able to both inspect and give you details of the property.
Speak to your lender to know your possibilities of buying the house. Also, ask about the details.
Select a property that you really like and which you will be able to benefit from, if you decide to sell it in the future.
If necessary, ask for legal opinions regarding the transaction.
If your budget is limiting you to buy the property you currently want, start from the bottom. Acquiring a property with a lower cost, could be the base to buy a bigger and more profitable house in the near future.
If the property you are buying needs repairs, remodeled, or restored, think about the changes that will add value to the property.