Homebuyer Resources

The home buying process can be overwhelming at times.  GSH has compiled some amazing resources for you to utilize to help you along the way.

new vs. old

In the market to buy a new home? Not sure if you should buy a new build or a resale home? The decision isn’t always simple or obvious. That’s because it’s more than a dollars-and-cents debate, it’s a choice between lifestyles.


Does home-buying vocabulary make your head spin? Scan through our handy homebuyers glossary to learn the lingo and talk like a pro!

choosing a community

When you’re trying to find the best places to live, choosing a neighborhood is almost as critical as choosing a house or apartment. It needs to be safe with low crime rates, affordable, and provide you with everything that you need.

If you’re planning on purchasing a home, keep in mind that you’re not just buying a house, you’re investing in a neighborhood. The two are synonymous so you need to be extra careful in choosing the area you’ll be living in.


When it comes to your personal finance, making and settling on decisions can be overwhelming. Use our financial calculator to help you make the right ones.


As a first time home buyer, there are many ways that the government helps you save money on your purchase. As you embark on this new life journey, this guide will help you to discover what you may qualify for, and help you apply for them! 

Streamline Your Home-Purchasing Process

Home ownership is a critical decision that everyone needs to make. For most people, the ambition to own a home surpasses all other goals, and it motivates them and influences their lifestyle and how they run their businesses. Buying a new home can be a thrilling experience. 


Moving into your first house is a liberating, landmark life passage. After you’ve freed yourself of your college futon and your roommate’s attempt at fine art, it’s time to come up with a plan for turning your empty shell of a house into an inviting home. Here are some suggestions for pulling it off!


Closing day in a house deal is a milestone for both the seller and the buyer. To make it go smoothly, it is very important that both buyer and the seller are properly prepared.


As a homeowner, it’s your responsibility to make sure your home is well maintained and is in good repair. Aside from the obvious safety and visual appeal reasons, a poorly maintained home can have some major insurance implications should something go wrong.

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