The Purchasing Process With a group of very qualified and talented buyer agents, the purchasing process will be a snap. Our agents are specialized in working for no one else but you, the buyer. Keeping your specific needs in mind, the buyer agent will find the right home for you in the shortest amount of time and will negotiate the best price for you. Here’s how their knowledge and skills will work for you.

Step 1:
If you do not have a specific home in mind you want to see, they will ask you a series of questions. These questions will be to identify what areas in the home are important to you, i.e. 2 car garage, the number of bedrooms, number of bathrooms, bonus room, screened porch, acreage, square footage. After determining your needs, you may be ask to come into our office, where the agent can show you online the homes that meet your criteria. If you are out of town, they can also email you the homes for your review. After careful analysis and elimination of homes, you and the agent will determine the best time to see the homes you selected. Upon finding the right home, the agent will then draw up a contract and discuss the terms of the contract with you. After an agreed upon purchase price, your agent will then present the offer to the agent listing the home. Counteroffers may be made back and forth verbally and then once both parties have come to a mutual acceptance, the contract along with the earnest money will be given to the listing agent. The home is then considered under contract.

Step 2:
Your agent will recommend several lenders if you do not have one in mind to execute your loan process.

Step 3:
Your agent will schedule a home inspection. If you do not have an inspector in mind, your agent can recommend one.

Step 4:
Once steps 1 – 3 have occurred, you will then be turned over to our closing agent. She will be responsible for ensuring a smooth closing. She will then schedule the closing with the attorney (of your choice or if you do not have one, she will recommend several attorneys.) Once our closing agent has the inspector’s report, she will contact you to discuss the items on the report and suggest to you those items that need to be repaired. Once you and our closing agent are in agreement, she will then present in writing, those items you are requesting the seller to repair. Repair items can also be negotiable, but again, our closing agent is very experienced and qualified in identifying items needed for repair. Once repairs have been completed, she will call to schedule a walkthrough of the property prior to closing. The walkthrough enables you to verify repairs were made and to ensure the property is in basically the same condition as when you made the offer.

Step 5:
Attend the closing along with our closing agent, receive the keys and any other items required and move into your new home.

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