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, Real Estate Questions for Buyers, 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.
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I read an incredible article the other day about Tour de France cyclist coach, Dave Brailsford.
From the article, “In 2010, Dave Brailsford faced a tough job. No crap cyclist had ever won the Tour de France, but as the new General Manager and Performance Director for Team Sky (Great Britain’s professional cycling team), Brailsford was asked to change that. How to sell your home for more money in 60053 will improve if you are able to improve by 1% everytime you sell.
His approach was simple.
Brailsford believed in a concept that he referred to as the “aggregation of marginal gains.” He explained it as “the 1 percent margin for improvement in everything you do.” His belief was that if you improved every area related to cycling by just 1 percent, then those small gains would add up to remarkable improvement.
They started by optimizing the things you might expect: the nutrition of riders, their weekly training program, the ergonomics of the bike seat, and the weight of the tires.
But Brailsford and his team didn’t stop there. They searched for 1 percent improvements in tiny areas that were overlooked by almost everyone else: discovering the pillow that offered the best sleep and taking it with them to hotels, testing for the most effective type of massage gel, and teaching riders the best way to wash their hands to avoid infection. They searched for 1 percent improvements everywhere.