10 Steps to Home Ownership: A Workbook for First-Time Buyers

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Crown Publishing Group, Dec 24, 1996 - Business & Economics - 368 pages
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The prequel to the hugely successful 100 Questions Every First-Time Home Buyer Should Ask tells first-time home buyers everything they need to know before they begin the search for the house of their dreams. Includes 20 worksheets, 15 charts and graphs.

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10 steps to home ownership: a workbook for first-time buyers

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The strength of Glink's (100 Questions for the Homeseller, Random, 1995) book is how it deals with the emotional aspects of buying a home. It covers ten important items in the process, among them the ... Read full review

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I'm going to have to buy this book because I doubt I'll ever stop reading it until I've bought a home. I'm giving it four stars with the caveat that I found it more useful than enjoyable. Read full review

Contents

Should I Rent or Should I Buy?
5
How Much House Can I Afford?
23
Putting Together the Cash for Your Down Payment and Closing Costs
50
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Ilyce R. Glink's newspaper column, "Real Estate Matters," appears in more than 160 newspapers and websites nationwide. She is the financial reporter for WGN-TV in Chicago, a radio talk-show host for WSB-AM in Atlanta, and has appeared on "Oprah," the "Today Show," CNN, and CNBC. Glink's website, thinkglink.com, gets thousands of visitors per day. She lives just outside Chicago.

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