Get the Great Deal.
Once we find exactly what you’re looking for, we shrewdly negotiate the best deal possible. With decades of experience, we have the industry relationships and know-how to maximize every dollar and get your offer noticed, even in the most challenging circumstances like multiple offer situations. From consultation to closing, we set you up for success and educate you on the process all along the way. Exceeding customer needs, requirements and expectations is our hallmark of performance and stands as our commitment to you. We have the wisdom to understand your dreams and the skill to turn them into reality.
You’re going to love the results!
1. How will you tell me about the newest homes available?
The Multiple Listing Service Website provides up-to-date information for every home on the market. I constantly check the New on Market list so I can be on the lookout for my clients. I will get you this information right away, the way that is most convenient for you; by phone and/or email. In addition, we are aware of many “off market” properties if one of these meets your needs I will forward to you.
2. How does for sale by owner (FSBO) work?
Homeowners trying to sell their home without agent representation are usually doing so in the hopes of saving the commission. If you see a FSBO and want the advantages of my services, let me contact the owner for you and make an appointment. Most times the homeowner will work with an agent, even though their home is not listed, since the agent is introducing a potential buyer to their property
3. How much money will I have to come up with to buy a home?
This expense depends on a number of factors, not just the cost of the house and the type of mortgage you would like. You should plan to come up with enough money to cover three costs: earnest money – the deposit you make on the home when you submit your offer (to prove to the seller that you are serious about wanting to buy the house), the down payment (a percentage of the cost of the home that you must pay when you go to settlement), and closing costs (the costs associated with processing the paperwork to buy a house.)
You will pay the closing costs at settlement. This amount averages 3-4% of the price of your home. These costs cover various fees and processing expenses. When you apply for your loan, we will give you an estimate of the closing costs, so you won’t be caught by surprise.
4. Once my offer is accepted, what should I do?
Celebrate and focus on moving into your new home! I will be with you every step of the way to ensure you are aware of deadlines. The first 17 days will be about inspections, disclosures, and figuring out mortgage related items. The last couple of weeks will be focused on moving in. You will want to schedule your move, pack items and notify businesses of your address change. I will provide you with a moving checklist to help you remember all the details. I will also give you a good faith estimate and HUD statement, which will indicate the amount you, will need to bring to closing.