AdobeStock 4070330The housing landscape of the past several years hasn't exactly been friendly to buyers: the bidding wars, the eye-popping prices, the houses that sold before a "For Sale" sign even went up. It's enough to make any of us put our search on hold until we have a fighting chance at landing a home—without draining our bank accounts. If you've been sitting on the sidelines, we've got good news and we've got bad news: Things are finally slowing down. But they might not slow down fast enough for your liking.

Don't despair, though—this year still stands to look better than last for aspiring home buyers. But the devil's in the details, and there are quite a few factors that could dictate whether this is your year to buy. Here are the four biggest reasons to take the plunge now

Read more: 4 Best Reasons to Buy a Home This Year

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Once you decide to buy a home, the first thing you (understandably) want to do is pop into open houses and fantasize about your new life in your new digs.

It is a crucial part of the process. But jumping straight into the deep end could land you in trouble—both financially and emotionally.

Here are some things real estate pros recommend the things you should do before you ever set foot in a home.

Read more: 7 Things House Hunters Should Do Before Even Setting Foot in a Home

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