**********LOOKING TO SAVE SOME MONEY EACH MONTH? ALSO CHECK OUT: Money Saving Emergency Plan, by Back to School Press Author Dave Ramson ********* America is in the midst of the greatest real estate buyer's market in history. Yet, many home buyers get taken advantage of every day by unscrupulous sellers, real estate agents and mortgage lenders. This book is your defense against those "wolves in sheep's clothing." Nothing is more powerful than an educated buyer. With the knowledge gained from this book, anyone can become an expert home buyer - not matter if this is their first or thirty-first house purchase. How to Buy a House the Right Way is a complete home buying guide for both first-time home buyers and those who have bought several homes. Mark Kennedy, a 20-year real estate and mortgage industry veteran, shares all of his tips, tactics and secrets for making the home buying process both smooth and enjoyable. After all, buying a new house is supposed to be fun! Mr. Kennedy discusses all aspects of home buying, from the mortgage process to finding and buying the right home. This book, updated for today's real estate and mortgage market, includes great information, such as: everything you need for a successful mortgage transaction (including what not to do); how you can still buy homes for as little as $100 down; how to shop for your home the right way; home buyer traps to avoid; and much more. He even shares the secret tricks and scams that mortgage lenders have used for years to steal money and profits from unsuspecting buyers. This book can save you time, money and frustration in your next home purchase. Don't allow yourself to be an uneducated buyer. This book is the second printing of How to Buy a House the Right Way and is part of Mark Kennedy's Smart Living series, which also includes The Credit Repair Black Book - Credit Repair Secrets and Strategies the Credit Bureaus Won't Tell You (available on Amazon in paperback). ALSO GRAB Mark Kennedy's Credit Repair Black Book - Credit Repair Secrets and Strategies the Credit Bureaus Won't Tell You.