By eBridge author
The home buying process has been made much more convenient with the ubiquity of the internet, but these sites still have their flaws.
The information you find online may not always be correct. Make sure you ask the important questions when you’re house hunting. Don’t rely on the information you find.
Also, while photo slideshows can help you immensely when looking at houses, there’s really nothing better than looking at a home in person. Photos can be misleading, so make sure you make your final decision after seeing a home in person.
Make sure that the realtor, bank, and seller you are working with all seem reputable, and check beyond the depth of a web page. Deals that seem too good to be true most often are.