NC First Time Home Buyer Guide

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First Home Buyer Guide- Avoiding the “Sandtraps and Minefields” of Buying your first home

Did you know that 40% of people who buy a home this year in North Carolina will be a first time home buyer? Even if you’ve owned a home in another state, this explains buying in North Carolina.

For most people, buying a home is the largest investment they’ll ever make. We have developed a first time home buyer guide for North Carolina (and SC) brimming with real estate definitions, timelines, contracts, and more, all designed to help you avoid the metaphorical  “sand traps and minefields” inherent in buying real estate. It is a step by step guide to making a wise decision for the long term.

This guide will equip you with the knowledge help make a great first home buying decision and making it a smooth process for you your first time around.

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**Please note that the first time home buyer’s guide is not a subsitute for expert advice! This guide cannot address each unique situation and should not be treated as a subsitute for a buyer agent or attorney.

Terry McDonald

Terry McDonald

I am the owner and operator of and was inspired to create this website when I moved my young family of 6 down to Charlotte from the northeast, now over 20 years ago. Charlotte quickly became home to us and I wanted to create a website that would help individuals and families considering a move to Charlotte. I'm also the owner of The McDonald Group at eXp Realty (my day job) and have helped hundreds of folks relocate to Charlotte over the years.

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