Buying a home can be very exciting! But it can also be a daunting process. I’ll take the stress out of your next real estate purchase. I’ll listen and learn about your property requirements and goals. Then, I’ll create a personalized plan to strategically accomplish your purchase needs. You can then focus on the fun part of choosing your next property while I navigate the purchase process. I’ll find relevant properties, work with your lender, negotiate the best terms, and navigate the closing process.
I’ll search and preview homes based on your requirements, and inform you of any properties that might be of interest to you. You’ll also get access to search for listings and receive notifications of new listings as they hit the market.
The fun part! After narrowing down the list of desirable properties, we’ll schedule a time that works for you and the seller to view properties. If you are unavailable to look at a home, I’m always happy to preview the home and send additional pictures and videos as well as provide my professional opinion.
Once you find a home, the paperwork begins. It might not be the most exciting part of the process, but it’s one the most important. Based on your requirements, I’ll write the contract and supporting documentation throughout the process.
I will work on your behalf to negotiate in your best interest. Whether you need help with pricing, closing dates, inspection items, or appraisals, I am here to work for you.
A real estate transaction involves many people, from lenders and inspectors to escrow and insurance. I can offer recommendations for professionals that will help to provide a smooth transaction.
Sometimes the closing process can be a bit overwhelming. I’ll walk you through the closing process, providing you with important dates and explaining what to expect. Working closely with your lender and escrow officer, I’ll provide you with regular updates.
There are many things to consider when purchasing a home. Price and the number of bedrooms are important, but what about schools? HOAs?