by David Weekley Homes
With the homebuying market at an all time high this year, the roller coaster ride of making a decision on what is likely to be one of the largest investments in a person's life is likely to be more challenging than ever before. How can anyone ensure that the experience of buying a home will be positive and upbeat as opposed to disappointing?
David Weekley, who has been building homes for two decades and is a recognized industry leader, has some insights to lessen the frustration level of buyers during the frenzy of the home buying season.
"There is no substitute for taking the time to educate yourself before you buy a house," says Weekley, President of Houston-based David Weekley Homes. "When you're putting 25 to 40 percent of your gross income on the line, you don't want to make a mistake. In a market as hot as we are currently projecting for 2000, you don't want rising interest rates and creeping prices to force you into making the wrong decision."
Weekley has identified the following Top 10 list of home buying mistakes and offers suggestions for avoiding them.
Houston-based David Weekley Homes, Texas' largest, privately owned, single-family Home Builder, as well as the third largest, privately owned Home Builder in the U.S., is engaged in the design, construction, marketing and sales of single-family detached homes. David Weekley Homes currently builds in 18 markets across the nation, including Atlanta, Austin, Bluffton/Hilton Head, Charleston, Charlotte, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Denver, Fort Myers, Houston, Jacksonville, Orlando, Palm Coast, Panama City, Phoenix, Port Charlotte, Raleigh, San Antonio and Tampa. For more information about David Weekley Homes, visit the company's Web site at www.davidweekleyhomes.com.