Home buyers in Grand Rapids need to be armed with information before going through the process of buying a home or other property. That's why the May Group Realtors have posted useful resources for home buyers in the Grand Rapids area. Learn all about the various neighborhoods and lifestyles available in West Michigan, figure out which loan may be right for you, and get all of our best home buyer trips by exploring our site using the navigation on the left.

10 Steps to Buying a Home

The home buying process can be tedious and at times, frightening, but it doesn't have to be. We’re here to help you through every step of this exciting time in your life.

Home Buyer Tips

Selecting the right home is not an easy decision and is often complicated. Buyers tend to “fall in love” with a home, which is fine as long as the rational reasons for buying the home support their emotional decision.

First-Time Homebuyer Tips

We know it can be overwhelming as a first-time home buyer trying to navigate your way through this process, so we're here to help!

What Loan is Right for You?

There are many different kinds of loans available. Below is a brief overview of the many options available, but for more information, connect with your lender or reach out to our team to get connected to one of our preferred local lenders.

Moving Checklist

To help you organize your move, we have compiled a moving checklist for you in order to make the moving process a seamless transition.

Multicultural Resources

Welcome to First American Title's Multicultural Resources Center. Buying or selling a property in the United States can be a complex process

New Construction Homes

If you are thinking about buying a new construction home in and around Grand Rapids, Michigan, and are not sure where to start, here are 10 steps for you to think about when buying a new construction property.

Real Estate Glossary

Mortgage loan that offers mortgage interest rates typically lower than you'd get with a fixed-rate mortgage for a period of time—such as five or 10 years, rather than the life of a loan.