Article by Erica Sweeney & Realtor.com
Featured expertise by Jason Gelios
Pop quiz: What’s the average age when most people buy their first home? Thirty-four, according to the credit reporting company Experian. And if you’re near that age and thinking of buying a home, the decision to proceed probably has a lot to do with your life’s journey thus far.
“Homebuyers in their 30s tend to be more financially mature,” says Jason Gelios, a real estate agent with Community Choice Reality in Southeast Michigan. “They usually have a larger amount of savings and a partner who’s involved with the purchase. Plus, they’ve had time to establish credit, which can qualify them for a better mortgage rate.”
If you’re in your 30s and thinking about buying your first home or upgrading to a larger house, here are crucial things to consider to make your homebuying dreams a reality.
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Jason Gelios is a Husband and Father. After that, a Top Producing REALTOR®, Author of the books 'Think like a REALTOR®' and 'Beating The Force Of Average', Creator of The AskJasonGelios Real Estate Show and Expert Media Contributor to media outlets across the country.