Your landlord probably loves you.

You’re putting his or her kids through college!

If you’re ready to be part of the american dream, I’d like to help – and it’s easier than you might think. In truth, many first time home buyers have more emotional reservations blocking them than actual details of their real situation – buying a home doesn’t need to be complex, or even terribly expensive.

Finding you the perfect home is a bit like a golf game – it make take a few swings to make that final putt. With each home, I’ll ask if you want to write an offer – but don’t worry, I’m not expecting you to right away. What I’m really looking for is feedback, as to what you like, and what you don’t like about the house.

One of the simplest but most valuable forms I have for first time home buyers is a priority check list, designed for two people to help get clear about joint priorities. If you are making a joint decision, this form will help you separate the “must-haves” from the “would like to get” items.

Here’s the form – no registration required