Whether talking with a friend of 20 years or meeting someone for the first time, as Real Estate Agents the two questions we hear the most are “How’s the market?” and “How much is my home worth?”
Your offer on a new home is accepted. Now it's time to get to work. Before we can close on the purchase of your new home, we need to take a few more steps to make sure the purchase is a sound decision.
When you've found a home that you're interested in, it's time to make an offer. As your buyer agent, I will draw up a contract with your offering price and necessary contingencies into a formal contract.
Here are some great tips to keep in mind when you’re viewing properties in person
By sitting down and considering the kinds of things you're really looking for, you can save a lot of time and frustration by avoiding houses that aren't for you.
Before you begin your home search in earnest, I highly recommend that you work with a lender to get pre-approved for a home. Many home buyers will talk to a lender quickly and get pre-qualified, but this is...
KNOW YOUR MORTGAGE - When considering your financing options, you'll want to review many different things about the loans offered to you. In this section you'll find a basic overview of home loan features and...
Home Buying Process Guide - Step 1 of a 7 Step Series. DETERMINING HOW MUCH HOME CAN YOU BUY? Make a rough estimate of how much home you can afford based on your income and current debt.
So, you have looked at countless homes finally you have found the perfect property. You have made an offer and it is accepted. You love the house and can’t wait to move in. Now comes the home inspection.
If you’re single, don’t fret! Single women made up 18% of first-time buyers in 2017, while single men accounted for 7% of buyers.