The home buying process can be a complicated one to navigate, but it definitely isn’t impossible.
In this episode, Daisha Wright shares her story of pursuing her purpose through real estate and provides some great information for purchasing a home in today’s climate, as the homebuying process has shifted.
Daisha was born in Louisiana but moved to Georgia shortly after. Throughout both high school and college, Daisha found herself engaging with her community and spending her time providing help, usually in the form of volunteering for youth church events.
With ten years of customer service experience, Daisha takes on every challenge presented to her with determination and an honest and open approach to making sure her clients are equipped. As a REALTOR®️ with CENTURY 21 Premier Real Estate, Daisha has sold $2.1 million in real estate in less than a year. Outside of real estate, Daisha spends her time making YouTube videos, cooking, crafting, singing in her church’s choir, and traveling to new and exciting places with her husband.
The Home Buying Process
In this episode we covered…
- What ultimately led Daisha to pivot into real estate
- Whether real estate is connected to her purpose
- Her journey from banking to becoming a licensed realtor
- How Daisha felt after selling over $1 million in real estate her first year as a realtor
- Her thoughts on the current market
- Signs that someone is ready to purchase a home and begin the home buying process
- Signs that someone isn’t quite ready to own a home
- Tips for beginning the home buying process
- Daisha’s advice on Credit repair and the debt-to-income ratio
- Misconceptions about the buying process
- Programs that help first-time home buyers
- Important things every potential homeowner should know, but are rarely talked about
If you enjoyed this episode, then you may also enjoy the episode of the show about how to build wealth using life insurance or this episode detailing what to expect when operating in your purpose.
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