1. It's Fine to Skip the Inspection
A thorough home inspection is well worth the money spent. If buyers skip this important step, they will be buying a home as-is, including any problems that come with it. In the long run, getting a home inspection can save a lot of time and money.
2. Financing is Figured Out After You Find Your Perfect Home
Buyers who decide to house hunt before getting pre-approved can be disappointed if they set their hearts on a home above their price range and are declined for a mortgage. A buyer who has been pre-approved also has an advantage in a multiple offer situation due to the fact that a seller is more likely to choose a buyer who is already pre-approved than one who isn't.