Buying a home can be an overwhelming process. From financing to negotiating to closing, there are a lot of moving pieces that can leave home buyers overwhelmed.
We will help guide you through each step of the buying process, offering sound advice along the way. By working with a REALTOR® who knows the ins and outs of the real estate industry, you’ll not only end up with a great home, but you’ll also walk away with a great experience.
Here are some of the key areas we can help you:
Getting pre-approved by a lender
We have connections to the best lenders in town and can get you in touch with the right person to help you get pre-approved. The lender will go over your financing options, what monthly payment amount you can afford, and what you can expect for down payment requirements and closing costs.
Choosing a home
For most buyers, choosing a home is an emotional process. An agent can assist you in this process by offering objective information about each property you look at. From local community information to home-specific details, our agents can help you find exactly what you’re looking for.
Making an offer
Once you’ve found the home of your dreams, we will research recent comparable sales of similar homes in the area to help determine a fair offer price. Based on those comparable sales, we will help you structure an offer and negotiate to get the very best deal possible.
From contract to closing
Our Transaction Coordinator, along with your agent, will walk you through every step to ensure that all contract contingencies are met within deadline. We will schedule inspections, negotiate repairs and provide regular updates so you never have to wonder where you are in the process.
Closing, or settlement, can be a complicated process. Your agent will be there through it all to make sure you understand each step. We also work alongside a first class title company, Concord Title, whose mission is to provide a superior level of service in every real estate transaction.
Want to know more? Check out our Blog for even more information on home buying:
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