Why Buy a House Out of State?
There are plenty of reasons you may be looking to buy a house out of state: a new job, to be closer to family, to build your dream retirement home. While entertaining the thought of a fresh start in a new locale, don’t forget it adds a few more layers to the home-buying process. Luckily at Maronda Homes, we take care of the tedious laws, building codes, and property lines across state borders, so the process is simple for you!
Below, we’ve compiled three tips to help you successfully purchase a home out of state with us.
Tips For Out of State Home Buying
Plan a Visit
Research various states, cities, and community plans to find where you want to visit. Once you pinpoint where you can see yourself living, plan a visit to the city and schedule tours for the homes you’re most interested in. Our online concierges are available to help schedule tours for any Maronda home you’re interested in building.
Utilize Virtual Technology
Advancements in technology have made the prospect of out-of-state home-buying more manageable. Before planning a visit, or if you cannot arrange a visit, utilize our 360 tours, online visualizers, and interactive floor plans to your advantage. You can virtually tour any Maronda home, as well as use our visualization software to customize the interior and exterior to your liking. On top of our industry-leading technology, our community specialists can also set up video calls to help guide you through the virtual buying process from start to finish.
Obtain a Mortgage
Remember that mortgage regulations differ in every state. Getting pre-approved with our preferred lender RMC Mortgage is the easiest way to ensure your loan will work in any state we build in.
Whether you’re moving due to an occupation transfer, buying a second home, moving into your retirement home, or just simply looking for a change, Maronda is here to help you navigate through the complexities of out-of-state home buying. Get started today.