How REALTORS® Can Help New Homeowners During National Homeownership Month

Family Achieving Homeownership

Family Achieving Homeownership


As the saying goes, “home is where the heart is.” And for many Americans, owning a home represents the ultimate fulfillment of that sentiment. That’s why when President Biden declared June as National Homeownership Month in 2023, there was no doubt that this critical step would bring hope and pride to countless individuals and families across the country. As REALTORS®, we understand how much homeownership means to our clients- it’s not just about finding a place to live but also building long-term wealth and stability. Explore what makes homeownership special and how we can help make clients’ dreams come true!

Buying a home can be overwhelming and full of uncertainties, especially for first-time homebuyers. As a real estate agent, you have a crucial role in guiding and educating your clients, helping them navigate the complexities of the real estate market, and making informed decisions. Here are some key ways you can be a guiding force of knowledge for homebuyers, especially first-time homebuyers.

Family getting home for National Homeownership Month


Your clients may not have much knowledge of the real estate world, so they look to you for your expertise. You can assist in easing their minds by explaining the home-buying process, answering all of their questions, and helping them feel less afraid. Understandably, they might be worried about whether they can afford a house and if banks will accept their applications. With your experience as a REALTOR®, you can provide guidance in finding a bank and mortgage broker while still searching for their desired property. This way, they will have an idea of what budget to work with when making such an important purchase.

No two clients are the same when it comes to homeownership, so it’s important to quiz them on their preferences and needs for a house. Uncover the lifestyle they envision, their current objectives, as well as long-term goals. Then point out features, neighborhoods, and amenities that match those requirements. Once they know what they want in a property, you can be a great asset by taking them to view a home, showing them around during the tour, and highlighting potential fixes or renovations along the way.

Couple looking at home for National Homeownership Month


Finally, help your clients achieve their dream of homeownership by being available to answer any questions they have after purchasing, such as offering guidance and resources even after the transaction has concluded. We will stay in touch to assist with future real estate inquiries or needs. Provide recommendations for reliable service providers, such as contractors, landscapers, or interior designers.

You play an important role in homeownership as a REALTOR® by helping potential buyers find a home that meets their needs and preferences and by choosing a reliable bank and mortgage broker to assist them in the process. Having a home provides stability, equity, and the ability to pass on wealth to future generations. While June is a time for homeownership to be recognized, REALTORS® must strive to encourage homeownership all year long to help build our communities.

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