First-time home buyers, beware! 

By Caylin Harris
Updated March 07, 2019

The more experience you have with buying real estate, the more you'll learn about the complicated process. Between the confusing terminology and the logistics of buying a house, it's all-too-easy to make the wrong move or wind up in an unwise investment. If you're a first-time home buyer, skip the buyer's remorse by learning about some of the most common pitfalls and how to avoid them. To find out what not to do, we reached out to Tracie Rigione and Vicki Ihlefeld, Vice Presidents of Sales at Al Filippone Associates/William Raveis Real Estate in Fairfield, Connecticut, to get their best advice. 

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