Buy a Property

Are you interested in buying a property?

Are you just thinking about the prospect of becoming a homeowner?

You’re in the right place.

At, we can help you understand the home buying process and even help you through each individual step, with advisors, agents, and lawyers who can make sure you make the best decision for your situation.

Why Buy a Property?

Why should you consider buying a property?

There are many possible motivations.

A primary residence

Some people want to buy a property because they need a primary residence. This is a place for them and their family to live, and they want to do so safely, comfortably, and in a way that benefits them financially.

A rental

Other people look at properties from a pure investment perspective. They want a rental property that generates a continuous, passive flow of income.

A long-term investment property

Still other people look for properties with the greatest potential for long-term appreciation. In other words, they want to buy a house that's going to be worth much more in the future. Obviously, there's room for overlapping motivation here. Many people buy a primary residence with the intention of eventually making it a rental, then selling it when it appreciates in value in the future.

The benefits of buying a property include:


Your mortgage payment may not be significantly less than your rental payment, but only through a mortgage payment will you be able to build equity in your property. The greater your share of equity, the more ownership of the property you have, ultimately allowing you to grow your net worth significantly over time.


If your rental properties are continuously occupied, they'll continuously generate revenue. It's a great source of side income, especially if you have multiple units to balance out risk.

Living space

Of course, there are benefits in having more living space as well. Having a house of your own means you can make whatever modifications are necessary to make you and your family happy.

Portfolio balancing

Real estate is an excellent addition to almost any investment portfolio, shielding you from the volatility of the stock market while entitling you to high potential growth.

The Process to Buy a Property

The process of buying a property looks something like this:

Audit your finances

First, you'll need to audit your finances and determine your overall financial position. What is your net worth? How much cash do you have to spend? How much money are you bringing in and what are your expenses currently like?

Create a budget

From there, you'll be able to crunch some numbers using a Mortgage calculator and create a budget for yourself. How much can you afford to spend on a house on a monthly basis? How much can you afford for a down payment? How much can you afford to spend on a house overall? Don't forget to factor home maintenance and repairs into your equation!

Save for a down payment

Next, you'll save up a down payment. Many people strive for 20 percent of the purchase price of the home to avoid PMI, but you can often get a house with a down payment of only 5 percent (and sometimes less).

Get preapproval

After that, talk with multiple lenders to get pre approval for a loan. This isn't a formal approval, but it will make sellers and agents take you more seriously.

Find a real estate agent

Real estate agents are optional, but they can give you expert advice and make this transaction much smoother.

Choose a location

Consider the area in which you want to buy. There are many objective and subjective variables to consider here, including crime rates, school quality, transportation accessibility, affordability, and long-term potential.

Start the search

At this point, you'll be ready to start the search. Look at many properties to get a better feel for what's out there.

After some time searching, you’ll eventually find a property that meets all your criteria.

Then, the process looks something like this:


Make an offer.

Depending on market conditions, that might mean making an offer significantly above or below asking price. You can also include contingencies, such as a home inspection contingency that allows you to inspect the property before finalizing your purchase.



In many cases, you'll enter negotiation with then sellers, tweaking and tuning the offer until you're both satisfied with it. Of course, it's also possible your offer will be rejected.



It's a good idea to get a home inspection before finalizing the purchase. If there's anything significantly wrong with the property, you should be able to pull out with no penalty, assuming you didn’t waive your right to an inspection.


Prepare to close

Closing is finalizing the purchase of the home, and it's a somewhat lengthy process that involves signing lots of papers. You’ll also be responsible for preparing certain items, like making a wire transfer and validating your identity. Consult with your lender or agent For more information here.

Why Work With to Buy a Property?

Why should you work with us to buy your next property?


We've been buying and selling properties for decades. We have the expertise you need to make the best possible decision.


Buying a property can be emotional, especially if it's your first home. That's why it's useful to have a neutral, unbiased, objective perspective from outside investors like us.


Our services are designed to be highly affordable and accessible to even novice investors just starting out.


We treat you as a partner at We take pride in our ability to communicate consistently and clearly throughout the process.

Are you looking for a house for yourself or future tenants?

Are you struggling to find the perfect home – or even figure out what the “perfect home” is?

We can help.