Real Estate

Buying a home this spring? Be aware of these 5 unexpected costs

Buying a house can be expensive.

The typical U.S. home will set you back $331,533, according to Zillow, up 20% in the last year.

But the mortgage amount most likely won’t cover all of the upfront costs homebuyers will face.

Check out this video for a full breakdown of what costs to expect and how much you should have in savings before making your big purchase.

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