For Buyers

Home Buying Process Made Simple

Buying your own home is truly an investment in yourself and your family. See how you can say goodbye to renting and hello to a property you can truly call your own.

Select a Realtor & Get Preapproved

Choosing the right Realtor is usually the best way you can navigate the volatile housing market. They’ll also be able to recommend a preferred lender, so you can get the best rates. Make sure your Realtor has:

  • A flexible schedule
  • Impeccable education and credentials
  • Excellent references and business partners

Visit Properties & Write Offers

The next step is visiting the properties that match your baseline expectations and structuring a reasonable but still attractive offer to the seller. The process should include:

  • Touring multiple properties
  • Agreeing to the terms of the offer
  • Negotiating with the seller

Open Escrow

Home sales can fall through more often than buyers realize even after an offer has been accepted. It’s important to set the right expectations during escrow, or it can be a rather stressful time. To expedite the process, buyers should:

  • Create a timeline
  • Consult with their Realtor
  • Watch their finances

Take Possession

Once all the paperwork has successfully gone through, it’s time for the buyer to take control of the home. They’ll want to review all of the findings of the property before officially taking possession. There are just a few loose ends to tie up:

  • Standard walkthrough
  • Finalize paperwork
  • Schedule closing date

Choosing the right Realtor is usually the best way you can navigate the volatile housing market. They’ll also be able to recommend a preferred lender, so you can get the best rates. Make sure your Realtor has:

  • A flexible schedule
  • Impeccable education and credentials
  • Excellent references and business partners

The next step is visiting the properties that match your baseline expectations and structuring a reasonable but still attractive offer to the seller. The process should include:

  • Touring multiple properties
  • Agreeing to the terms of the offer
  • Negotiating with the seller

Home sales can fall through more often than buyers realize even after an offer has been accepted. It’s important to set the right expectations during escrow, or it can be a rather stressful time. To expedite the process, buyers should:

  • Create a timeline
  • Consult with their Realtor
  • Watch their finances

Once all the paperwork has successfully gone through, it’s time for the buyer to take control of the home. They’ll want to review all of the findings of the property before officially taking possession. There are just a few loose ends to tie up:

  • Standard walkthrough
  • Finalize paperwork
  • Schedule closing date

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