Getting married? Congratulations.
So, you might think, well, we’re getting married, next thing to do is to … buy a new home!
Here’s what you need to do first:
So you’ve returned those well-meant-but-weird gifts, sent the thank you notes and settled into your newly married life.
If you’re like many freshly minted couples, now you’re thinking about buying a home of your own — with plenty of storage space for the wedding gifts you actually kept.
But how do you know if you can afford to be homeowners? Is it wise to buy a home before the ink dries on your marriage certificate? What are some of the common mistakes newlyweds make when buying their first home?
Read on: Should newlyweds buy a house? – By Teri Cettina, Bankrate.com, by way of The Boston Globe