Learn how to find first time home buyer grants, programs, a mortgage, realtor and more. All the FREE information you need can be easily found and understood on this site. Buy a home now and save time, money and mistakes.
As a home buyer, I understand your fears. The entire home buying process is so overwhelming it can scare you.
Please realize by visiting my website, I’m here to help you through the entire process. The emotions you’re experiencing right now are normal.
Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Jeff Ragan. That’s my ugly mug shot to the right. Ugh…. I hate wearing a tie!
The reason I built this website is 2-fold. First and foremost, you need reliable and accurate information.
Second, I want to help you understand the home buying and mortgage process.
As you browse this website, you’ll learn how to find first time home buyer grants, get a mortgage, buy a home, find a realtor and so much more. With numerous videos, home buying guides, checklist etc. you’ll find everything you need to make that first home purchase. Just stay with me and you’ll see for yourself. Keep reading and watch the video on this page below.
So you’re anxious to buy a home, you’ve been looking on the internet. Maybe you found your dream home! You’re excited and want more information. So you click and look at the pictures. You may even contact the real estate agent so you can go inside.
Then the whole situation begins to get complicated. The Realtor® begins asking you questions. You may know some of the answers, but as a first time home buyer you do not understand the entire home buying process. That’s why you’re surfing the web for information right?
With all the different experiences I have/had in this industry, I decided to really work hard and provide a valuable resource for the first time home buyer. Why? Because I can remember my experience and it was a good one. I want you to have the same experience. You need to feel good about your decisions, not confused.
Many real estate agents, loan officers and others that work in this business are not giving the personal service you deserve. So I’m on a mission to help others by providing a place where the first time home buyer can go to learn, ask questions and make informed decisions.
I want to save you time, money and mistakes, because some professionals in this business look at you as a commission check, I’m trying to give you all the information you need FREE of charge.
So, if you like and trust me, if I make a recommendation you can be sure it’s a good resource for you.
So then, here you’ll find just about everything you need to know about:
So please stick around this website. I promise to give you the best education online for making one of the biggest financial decisions of your life. Most people buy 3-5 homes in a lifetime. So let’s be sure you do it right the first time.
Oh, by the way. Of the many resources I refer you to, I may or may not earn a referral fee if you decide to do business with them. Please visit the link in my footer titled “Advertising Policy” to understand how this works.
Over the last ten years, I’ve helped literally thousands of people become a proud first time home buyer. Are you the next one?
If you would like a copy of a FREE guide I’ve written called “10 Critical Steps for the First Time Home Buyer” fill out the brief form below. Valued at $19.95 (sold on Ebay & ClickBank) I’m giving it away to my web visitors.
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