(TNS)—Buying a home is a huge investment—probably the most significant purchase of your life. It’s not something you should do without preparation.
Before you start on the road to homeownership, make sure you are ready.
Improve your credit score.
A high credit score snags you the best deals. “Below 660 or 680, you’re either going to have to pay sizable fees or a higher down payment,” says Barry Zigas, director of Housing Policy for the Consumer Federation of America.
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