Commonly asked real estate questions
Real Estate Questions for Buyers
My Home Buyer FAQ… and Answers!
Don’t Go Out Into This Market Alone and Uninformed! Things have CHANGED
since you last bought a home…
Whether you’ve never bought a home before, or have not purchased a home HERE in the past 12 months, this guide will be a handy way to know how things currently work in our area residential real estate market. Have no fear, good deals are still to be found as long as you are educated and prepared. My goal is to help keep real estate as simple and stress-free as possible by educating my customers up front so everyone knows what to expect.
How much is your fee?
There’s no fee to buy a home with me. I will show you as many homes as you need to make your best decision. I’ll prepare piles of paperwork, do tons of research, and fight for the lowest price for you. All of my clients are wonderful people I enjoy working with, and I get paid at closing by the seller of the MLS-listed home that you choose to buy. Rest assured, my goal is your goal. It doesn’t matter to me what price home you choose to buy, as long as it fits your goals and it qualifies for your type of loan, we will go after it.
Wow! Would you do all that before being certain of getting paid? I work hard to help you find the best home for you and get the BEST deal on it. I want you to rest easy at night knowing we all did everything we could to make your home purchase the easiest and smartest it could be. Through home searches, touring, bidding on a house, negotiating with the seller, getting inspections and any repairs done, and working with your lender to get everything done in time for closing, I and my team are there for you every step of the way.
So, I respectfully ask that you commit to working with only one agent or team to purchase your home. My previous clients, many of whom have given me glowing recommendations, can assure you that my experience and dedication to your purchase will serve you well! And I’d be honored if you refer your friends to me.
What do I need before I start shopping for homes?
It is crucial in this current market to be armed with a mortgage
lender letter of pre-qualification or pre-approval (preferred). It must be less than 30 days old. Without it, home sellers will not take your offer seriously and could pass up your offer for another one with pre-qualification. Shopping for homes without a pre-qualification letter is like going to the mall without your credit card! Except, you can’t put a home on hold. If you’re not equipped to buy it, in this market, often someone else will. So, don’t shop and get attached to any homes until you’ve got a letter in hand.
You could spend an entire Saturday looking at homes and find the one you love, but not be able to put an offer on it because you can’t talk to a lender that day. By Monday it’s entirely possible the house could get another offer and be sold. Be smart, do your homework ahead of time, this will prevent you from wasting time and also from buying more house than you should!
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