Buyer's Guide

Let Keller Williams Be Your Personal Guide to Buying Your Kerrville Home

Congratulations! You’ve taken the first step toward homeownership, and at Keller Williams, we understand buying a home is a big deal. Purchasing a home can be both exciting and overwhelming, and at KW Kerrville, we want to supply you with the information needed to make buying your dream home a reality.

Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer or seasoned pro, our exclusive Guide to Buying a Home in the Kerrville is designed to help you make your home buying experience as smooth as possible.

You’ll learn helpful information like:

  • Finding a Kerrville Realtor®
  • Connecting with Kerrville mortgage lenders
  • Determining priorities
  • Shopping for your Kerrville home
  • Making an offer
  • Having an inspection and appraisal
  • Being aware of fees and closing costs
  • Going to your closing

closing:The final, legal act of a transaction, where contracts are agreed upon and finalized, and monies are exchanged.

Move Up Buying and You

As your life changes over time, so do your housing needs. You may find that you are ready to upgrade to a home space more suited to your lifestyle and family needs. 

upgrades:Additional services offered by builders and other contractors to buyers in a new home that go beyond the minimal requirements for service.

mortgage:A contract that represents the debt owed by the borrower to the lender for the money borrowed to purchase a property.

equity:The difference between the value of a property and the amount still owed on the property.

access:The right to enter a land through public route; also may include entering the land from another private land.

Choosing The Right Agent

Investing in a home in Kerrville real estate is a big decision! Your Realtor® should understand your preferences and efficiently guide you through the decision-making process. 

How Much House Can I Afford?

The best way to determine your price range is by analyzing your income and debt, the current mortgage rates, and the amount you would like to pay monthly.

mortgage:A contract that represents the debt owed by the borrower to the lender for the money borrowed to purchase a property.

How Credit Scores, Down Payments, and Mortgage Rates Impact You

What do credit scores, down payments, and mortgage rates have in common?  They all work together to formulate what you will pay for a mortgage.  Find out how each one effects the other here.

va:The U.S. Veterans Administration.

mortgage:A contract that represents the debt owed by the borrower to the lender for the money borrowed to purchase a property.