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First-Time Home Buyers: How to Find the Perfect with a Scenic View

By Guest Author | May 11, 2016

One of the best reasons to buy a home is to enjoy a scenic view each day when you wake up or when you go outside to entertain. However, it can be a challenge to find such a property if you have never bought a home before. What are some tips that you can use to your advantage when searching for a house with a breathtaking view?

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What's Your Definition of a Scenic View?

The first thing that you have to decide is what your definition of a scenic view is. Some people want to live near a body of water while others simply want to see rolling hills or forests close by with animals roaming through them. Knowing what your ideal scenery is will help you narrow down your housing search and make it easier for your agent to come up with homes that you may be interested in looking at. The less time that you have to look at homes, the faster you can put in an offer and move in.

Know How to Find Properties in Your Price Range

Homes near a lake or ocean generally cost more than homes further inland because of the view and easy access to nature. However, there are steps that you can take to find homes in your desired location and at your desired price point. One good idea would be to look for foreclosed properties or abandoned homes that you can buy and fix for a fraction of its value.

Find a Real Estate Agent Who Knows the Local Market

Working with an agent from a brokerage such as Re/Max River & Sea can help you locate properties that are within your budget and have a nice view. Your agent will know which homes are on the market and which homes may go on the market in the near future. Once a home does go up for sale, he or she can tell you more such as how much the property taxes are or whether you have access to a nearby beach or other park space.

Buying your first home is always an interesting experience as you learn a lot about the process and what it entails. However, don't be afraid to rely on your real estate agent or others you trust who have experience with buying homes. They will help you with selecting a lender, negotiating with sellers and otherwise helping you get the best deal possible.

 

About the Author: Lizzie Weakley is a freelance writer from Columbus, Ohio. She went to college at The Ohio State University where she studied communications. In her free time, she enjoys the outdoors and long walks in the park with her 3-year-old husky Snowball. The information in this article is credited to Re/Max River & Sea.

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