homebuyer

home·buy·er

 (hōm′bī′ər)
n.
One who is in the process of buying a home.

homebuyer

(ˈhəʊmˌbaɪə)
n
someone who is buying a home
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Attorneys Richard Rosa and David Kres started Buyers Brokers Only in Haverhill, MA in November 2005 and three years later decided to only hire licensed attorneys to work for the company as buyer agents, so that homebuyers would have professional homebuyer advocates in their corner throughout the home-buying process.
Designed to answer questions about the home loan process before an application is even started, the site features a new articles section aimed at educating the homebuyer.
All of the above products come with either the Homebuyer or Remortgage Solution respectively.
This is the first of an annual survey to be conducted by Stewart to gauge homebuyer expectations, satisfactions and suggestions on how the real estate transaction services industry may evolve to better serve our customers," said Morris.
Homebuyer Man is sweeping the nation and helping people by purchasing all types of residential and commercial properties fast.
Department of Justice and the Illinois Attorney General's office; program offers down payment assistance grants and free homebuyer education programs to prospective homebuyers in Chicago, 30 Cook County suburbs
Redevelopment takes many forms in New Jersey, yet developers, investors and town officials seem focused on serving the extremes: the very wealthy homebuyer and the families in the lower income brackets.
The other waves the first-time homebuyer requirement and promotes homeownership in specific economically distressed counties.
If, however, an experienced homebuyer decides to use the online home buying process CityRaven promises to give back more than 1.
These more stringent lending standards combined with the expiration of the first-time homebuyer tax credit on November 30, will undoubtedly create even more obstacles for homebuyers resulting in a significant drop in home sales.
From July 2013 to June 2014, the typical Texas homebuyer was 45 years old, an increase of two years from the previous report.
Everyone hopes that this fund isn't needed, but it's a great fall back option in any economy," comments Greg McDonald, homebuyer.