When you start thinking about buying your first house, it’s easy to let your emotions run the show. Before you know it, you’re stalking homes for sale on your home-browsing apps.
As a Realtor, I must adhere to a strict code of ethics, which is based on professionalism and protection of the public.
I will guide you through the dozens of forms, reports, disclosures, and other documents and avoid delays or costly mistakes.
I will provide local information on utilities, zoning, schools, and also have objective information about each property.
I will help you find opportunities not listed on home search sites and can help you avoid out-of-date listings.
I will look at every angle from your perspective and craft a purchase agreement with time to complete inspections before you are bound to the purchase.
I am familiar with the real estate process on both the buy-side and the sell-side. I know what to expect and how to get things done and I am up to date with contracts and real estate law.
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Your credit score is an important part of your financial picture. Lenders combine your credit score with the information in your credit report to assess your risk as a borrower.
Being pre-approved will give you an edge when bidding against other buyers and getting a pre-approved is fast, easy, and free. Let sellers know you’re a serious buyer who's loan is likely to close.
Before putting your home on the market or setting out to buy a new one, you should speak with a real estate agent. More than two million people nationwide have licenses to sell real estate, and it's their job to be an expert on the properties in their community.
Let your agent walk you through the process and help prepare you for each step, what to expect, and the time frame for each phase of the transaction. Talk with your agent about what you want and need in a home. From the type of home, location of the neighborhood, and any interior and exterior amenities and features you require.