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While speaking to our real estate professionals, we will strive to provide excellent service beyond your expectations. We have provided all the tools necessary to help many people like you to find and purchase their own dream home. Everything is just a click or a phone call away. One of our very helpful agents is waiting for your call.
HOUSE HUNTING WORKSHEET!!
We have provided the following worksheet for you to take along on your next home viewing session. It is meant to be downloaded and printed as many times as needed, and will allow you to make note of the details of each home that you view.
When Buying, Know the Neighborhood
One of the most important decisions a homebuyer must make is choosing the right neighborhood. While this is a very personal decision that often hinges on hundreds of different factors, you should always keep in mind the following.
Home Inspector's Top 10 Potential Problems
The majority of purchasers are not overly surprised by the findings of their home inspection. Before getting this far, they have usually had a very close look at the property. And yes, they already know about the peeling paint and old furnace.
By asking a REALTOR to act on your behalf during the purchase of a home, you create an Agency Relationship and become the REALTOR’s client. REALTORS always owe their clients full fiduciary duties, such as loyalty, obedience, confidentiality, accountability, duty of care, and full disclosure of all pertinent facts.
Common Errors to avoid
One of the most important decisions a homebuyer must make is choosing the right neighborhood. While this is a very personal decision that often hinges on hundreds of different factors, you should always keep in mind the following…
Home Inspections & Links
Few of us would consider buying a used car without first having a mechanic look it over, or at least taking it out for a test drive. Yet that is exactly what many buyers do when buying a resale home.
Know the Market
When homeowners price their homes they try to walk the fine line between getting the highest price and ensuring the asking price is competitive enough to attract serious offers.