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I want to buy a home. What can I expect and how do I prepare myself?

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Buying a home is one of the most exciting things you will ever do. Home buying can also be an emotional rollercoaster and very personal to each buyer. When your emotions are involved in a purchase, the experience can become very stressful.  Educating yourself on what to expect can help reduce your anxieties, improve your relationship with both your agent and lender, and arm you to deal with the many things that can go wrong: 

  • Sellers can be unreasonable and argumentative
  • A home inspection may reveal defects
  • Lenders may reject your loan 
  • You could receive a low appraisal
  • Your agent might not communicate well with you
  • The title company could find a cloud on title or unknown lien
  • Your moving company could go bankrupt

Is your stress-level rising just thinking about it? 

Never fear! There is help for homebuyers … and it doesn’t cost a penny

Gone are the days of leading clients blindly and expecting trust.  The new generation of homebuyer has a wealth of information at their fingertips. Let’s face it, the home buying process for most people starts on their phone! Instead, consumers are looking for ease of finding the information they need.  The expectation has shifted from needing to be told what to do, to a needing transparency and customer service.  

Much like a family doctor, the relationships you have with your Realtor and closing attorney are important and could last a lifetime. 


For over 30 years, Pilgrim Title Insurance Company has been providing professional, responsive and accurate closing, escrow and title insurance services to homeowners, lenders, developers and attorneys across RI and MA. 

Regardless of whether you're a first-time homebuyer or you're looking to buy your next home, getting educated about the major step you're about to take is a must. The more information you have, the more likely you are to be successful. Selecting a closing agent is equally as important as selecting a real estate agent, because they work together to assure you have a smooth and secure closing. 

With offices in Barrington and East Providence, our team is well positioned to serve your closing and title insurance needs quickly, accurately and professionally.

Visit: www.pilgrimtitle.com  Call 401-274-9100 or send us an email today.

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