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Real estate agents can be extremely helpful throughout the entire home-selling process, not just finding you a buyer.
Here are a few lesser-known ways your agent should be helping you before, during, and after your home sale, including –
🤝 Pricing your home correctly
🤝 Helping with staging
🤝 Marketing your home
🤝 Scheduling an appraisal
Your house will likely be your biggest purchase, so figuring out how much you can afford is a key step in the home-buying process. The good news is that coming up with a smart budget is pretty straightforward and not too time-consuming. The best way to know how much you can afford to pay for your home is to get pre-approved.
Mortgage preapproval is the process of determining how much money you can borrow to buy a home. To preapprove you, lenders look at your income, assets and credit score and determine what loans you could be approved for, how much you can borrow and what your interest rate might be.
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For 53% of homebuyers, finding the right property is the hardest part of the homebuying process, although many buyers found paperwork, understanding the sales process, and saving for a down payment to be difficult as well.
3 steps to buying a home:
1. Make a home wish list. Know what you want in a home.
2. Get pre-approved. Know what you can afford.
3. Call me and I will take care of everything else!
Whether you’re buying or selling, if you are getting ready to step into the real estate market, I am here to make the unpredictable as stress-free as possible for you.
You can count on me to help you navigate through this competitive market until you reach your real estate goals!
Call or message me to get started. 📲
I like to share a variety of real estate terms and definitions with you from the obscure to the obvious.
Today’s real estate term is Escrow: Escrow is part of the homebuying process. It happens when a third party holds something of value during the transaction. Most often, the “value” the third party holds onto is the buyer’s earnest money check. When the transaction is complete (usually at closing), the third party will release those funds to the seller.
Should you wait to invest in real estate? In a word: no. Prices are up, but so is demand. Don’t wait.
Housing prices are high and inventory is low. That combination might cause you to wait when it comes to investing in real estate. But I think that’s the wrong approach. We’re not in normal economic times regarding the housing market; there’s no sign on the horizon that the housing market of the past (pre-pandemic) will ever return.
Whether you are looking to sell your home and then buy another home or are a first-time home buyer working with an experienced real estate agent can be a great way to make sure your interests are properly represented.
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#Sellertip: Adding some colorful potted plants at your front door is an easy and inexpensive way to add curb appeal.
Today’s real estate term is Hard money loan: Hard money loans are a way to borrow without using traditional lenders. Hard money lenders finance the loan based on the property in question, not on your credit score, and typically require a large down payment and short repayment schedule,
Here is something to consider if you are selling your home: More and more buyers are saying that home gyms and offices are near the top of the home wish lists.