BUYERS

LET ME HELP GUIDE YOU THROUGH THE HOME BUYING PROCESS

  • Pre-Approval for your Loan or Proof of Cash Funds in Bank
  • Start House Hunting and be on your way to your Dream Home!
  • Write an Offer & Negotiate Terms with Seller
  • Order Title
  • Order 3rd Party Home Inspection & Municipal Inspections
  • Order Gas Inspection
  • Order Appraisal
  • Order Survey
  • Loan Commitment
  • Close on Home at the Title Company & Receive Keys to Move in!



EXISTING CONSTRUCTION TYPES


STANDARD SALE - Private seller owns home currently. The buyer reserves right to home inspection and ability to negotiate terms of home inspection.

SHORT SALE - A short sale is a sale of real estate in which the sale proceeds fall short of the balance owed on the property’s loan. It often occurs when a borrower cannot pay the mortgage loan on their property, but the lender decides that selling the property at a moderate loss is better than pressing the borrower. Both parties must consent to the short sale process. It allows the seller to avoid foreclosure, which involves hefty fees for the bank and poorer credit report outcomes for the borrowers.

FORECLOSURE – Bank Owned Property that is auctioned on the court house steps after the seller fails to pay the mortgage note.

REO - Real Estate Owned Property is a Foreclosure that did not sell in auction on the court house steps and now the property is listed for sale by a broker.


NEW CONSTRUCTION TYPES

INVENTORY HOME - A “Move In” ready home that is already built

TO BE BUILT (TBB) -
A vacant lot that allows you customize which floor plan you would like to build, options and colors




BUYER RESOURCES

Moving.com
This Month In Real Estate
Eight steps to buying your home
Deciding how much house you can afford
Creating your home wishlist
Location, Location, Location
Opting for new home construction
How can a real estate agent help me?
Eight important questions to ask your agent
Mortgage Calculator
Contact us about buying a home






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