THE BUYING PROCESS
Finding your home. Helpful tips for home buyers.
Purchasing a property is most likely the biggest financial decision you will ever make. Whether this is your first purchase or you are an experienced buyer, this decision must be made carefully. Click the steps below to help you prepare for your next home purchase.
There are many different reasons to buy a home – the idea of owning your first home, the opportunity to buy the home of your dreams, building an investment portfolio, or finding a smaller home for just the two of you. No matter the reason, property ownership can be an excellent investment.
FOR A HOME
Once those preparations are out of the way, it is time to find the right property for you. We will work together to set up a property search personalized to your meet your home needs. After you select a few properties we will make appointments to visit them. From beginning to end I will be there to help you find your dream home and make a solid financial investment.
Before you start shopping for your property, it is a good idea to make some preparations. Collect all of your important financial documents, you will need them to secure financing for your property. In order to approach your property purchase from a position of financial stability, be careful with your finances.
Once you find the property you want to purchase, I will assist you in drafting all the paperwork and make sure that you are prepared for negotiations, inspections, and settlement. Meeting the requirements on time ensures a smoother flow of negotiations so that each party involved is not in breach of their agreements and brings all parties involved one step closer to settlement.
Buying a property requires making many important financial decisions, understanding complex issues and completing a lot of paperwork. It helps to have an expert in your corner when undertaking such a large purchase. I will guide you through this process and always do my best to represent your best interest.
Before you move in, we need to tie up some loose ends such as the final inspection which takes place prior to closing. We will visit the property to verify that all is in working order. Occasionally, even at this last stage, there is an unforeseen glitch that comes up. Because I have encountered problems before we know how to handle them efficiently and in a