Shopping for homes shouldn’t be the first step when it comes to buying your new home.
A common mistake made by many home buyers is to immediately start shopping for homes before pre-qualifying for a loan with a lender. By pre-qualifying, you can assure sellers that you have the necessary resources to purchase their home. Once you’ve found the home that’s right for you, I prepare a comparative market analysis, a CMA, to determine if the home is priced correctly.
We then present a realistic offering price to present to the seller. The offer includes price, financing, terms, and any other possible contingencies concerning inspections or appraisals.
Once negotiations are final, we make sure all documents, reports, and details for the closing are complete and accurate before transferring ownership.
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