The need to buy a home in Norfolk or Virginia Beach is often spurred by personal changes. When a couple decides to divorce, it brings many loose ends to tie, one of which concerns living arrangements. Inevitably a divorcing couple will find it necessary to sell a home in order to provide payments for separate housing. With this change, too, comes more decisions to make - where to live, how large of a house to purchase, and the question of proximity of both homes for the purpose of children's visitation. While the emotional stress attached to these decisions doesn't make them any easier to contemplate, it's important to think clearly for a smoother transition into a new life. Hiring the services of an experienced real estate agent with Chandler Realty in one key to easing burdens associated with this change.
Contact Chandler Realty Inc. today to learn more about your homebuying options in Norfolk, Virginia Beach, and Chesapeake. We are happy to assist you with information on mortgages and bank loans, determining new credit scores and ideal locations for starting over.
Resources and Information on Buying Post-Divorce
Do's and Don'ts of Buying a New Place (Divorce360.com) - How long the mortgage approval process takes will vary based on your situation and the type of mortage product you're applying for.
Tips for Buying a Home After Your Divorce (HamptonRoads.com) - Experts say the newly divorced should show extra care when selecting a home to buy.,/p>
Buying a Home After Divorce (NewHomeBuying Blog) - Know your finances, know the law.