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A home inspection is always necessary for a buyer. Here’s why.
When using the Internet to search for homes, there are five mistakes we typically see potential homebuyers make that you need to avoid. The first is using an agent based on a phone call from an inquiry you may have made online. If you ask about a particular home online and get a call from an agent about it, don’t hire them based on that one conversation. Interview several agents and use someone who has your best interests in mind. To learn more mistakes you need to avoid when home-shopping online, watch our latest video.
Do you really need 10% down in order to purchase a home? About 87% of non-homeowners think that’s the case but the truth is, it depends on your situation. In some areas, you can get into a home for as little as 5%. There are even loan programs that allow you to buy a home with no money down. So, how do you know which loan program is right for you? To find out, watch this short video.
As a buyer, you need representation. Trying to hire the agent you see on a yard sign isn’t the best idea. Most of the time, that person is working for the home’s seller and has their best interests in mind. You need someone on your side throughout the process. To find out why a buyer’s agent is so essential, watch this short video.
Our market is incredibly busy right now. If you’re looking to buy or sell a home, there’s a good chance you’ll find yourself in a multiple offer situation. Luckily, I’ve got some great tips on how to navigate that situation whether you’re a buyer or a seller. There are some key things to look for in offers as a seller as well as some great ways to make your offer stand out as a buyer. To get all the details, watch this short video.