I can’t believe this is the year.

A lot of people are excited to buy the Tulalips, which are one of the hottest real estate trends in 2017, and it seems like there’s a lot of interest in buying a new house.

But I’m worried that some people may have the wrong ideas.

Here are five questions to ask before you buy a new home:What kind of house are you looking for?

Are you a house hunter or are you just looking to buy a house?

Are you looking to make a down payment or are there other potential financial incentives?

What are the costs associated with buying a house and are they a good investment?

Are the taxes in your area or state fair?

Do you have a house deposit?

If you are looking to purchase a new single-family home, how much is the asking price?

If the market is hot and you’re in the market for a new place, are you more interested in a one-bedroom home or a two-bedroom house?

Is there an area or area in your city that is near a lake or river?

Do they have many houses that are in high demand?

If your income is too low to qualify for a mortgage, you may have to sell the home to finance your mortgage.

If you live in an area with a higher property tax rate, you can pay more to avoid the higher taxes.

You could consider renting or buying a home instead of selling.

If you are renting, you’ll have to pay more than you would with a mortgage.

Are there a lot more opportunities for buyers with lower income?

What kind and where are you interested in?

What type of house and type of neighborhood are you hoping to live in?

How are your current housing costs?

Are there many houses near lakes, rivers or other natural features?

Do you want to sell your house and move somewhere else?

Do your neighbors know you?

Do they have any concerns about the home you’re buying?

Are there any homeowners associations in your community that may be interested in buying the home?

Do any of the people who live there have any special issues with your property?

If there are any restrictions on the home or you have any questions about the property, you might want to talk to an agent or broker.

What’s the real value of the house?

Are prices realistic?

How do you make a decision about the purchase?

Is there a good value for your money?

What kinds of people live in your neighborhood?

What are the amenities and amenities you expect to see?

Are they aware of the potential for problems with the home, including potential damage?

Are their attitudes toward the house and the area that they live in changing?

Do other people in the neighborhood also live in the area?

What about the cost of the home compared to other properties in your location?

If a house isn’t available, will you sell your property or will you be in the process of selling?

Are all of the surrounding properties in the same price range?

Are they all affordable?

Are your neighbors aware of these areas?

Do the surrounding residents know about this neighborhood?

How much money are you willing to spend?

What’s in the price range you want?

Are any of your neighbors willing to pay the price?

Are any of them willing to give you a chance to negotiate?

What would you like to have when you buy the home?: The house you wantTo purchase a house that is in high-demand, consider asking yourself, “How much would I be willing to sell for?”

Do you know the average price of homes in the surrounding neighborhood?

Is it within five years of a median price in your market?

Does it have a history of foreclosure?

If not, you need to look at the market.

Are you looking at the cheapest option or is it more desirable?

Are other properties available?

If so, you should look at their price ranges.

Are the homes close to each other?

Are houses within walking distance of each other or are they farther apart?

Are the houses in areas where there is a high concentration of housing?

Are nearby schools nearby?

Do nearby businesses have a good reputation?

Do there are certain neighborhoods in your town or city that are very popular with homebuyers?

Are people who have lived there for years in your family?

Are some of the homes in those neighborhoods beautiful?

If those are the answers you’re looking for, it’s time to talk with an agent, broker or realtor.

Do you think there’s any potential for a home you can buy for $1,500?

If not, is there another way to save money?

Do a lot on your homeBuying a home is a big investment, but it’s not all that expensive if you do it right.

Here’s how you can find out how much you’re paying for your home:Ask your home agentHow much do