Planning for the Home Search
In preparation for meeting your David S. Derbes, Inc. agent to plan your house hunting, it is a good idea to do some planning of your own. Take some time to think about the things that you feel are important to have in your new residence. Although it is never possible to completely describe what you want, there are always things of major importance to you and it is important that your agent knows what they are.
Make a List
Make a priority list of things important to you. Start with the most important, things you have to have. Then work down the list, putting them in order of most important. After you are done, go up to the top and move down until you get to a place where you can draw a line. Above the line should be all of the items you have to have, and below the line should be all of the things that would be nice to have. This will save you a great deal of time and provide a clear focus for your house hunting. Some Considerations...Read More
Working with an Agent
Although the Internet can provide you with homes matching your criteria and it seems easy to drive around, take notes, and set up appointments to view homes for sale, using an agent can be more efficient. They can do the same thing for you, but by working with an agent, you benefit from their knowledge and experience also. Their advice could better help you determine the right home for you and they can assist you with the actual purchase contract. Read more...
After you and your agent have thoroughly discussed all of the things of importance to you having to do with your next residence, your agent will carefully select properties that could be of interest to you. Read more...
What to Do When You Find the Right Home
Considering everything has come together, the price is within your budget, and a home has met your demands, it’s time to make an offer. Part of the offer should require a home inspection so you have reliable information about any major problems or repairs you might incur and how they will be handled. If your offer is accepted, the sale proceeds. If your offer is not accepted, the seller may counter-offer with different terms.
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