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Once the contract has signed, you will need to follow through on any terms set in the contract. This may include things such applying for financing and ordering a general home and other inspections, appraisal, survey, and home warranty.  You will also need to choose a closing time and place, and ...
08/23/2008
Once you have found a home, the next step is to write a contract. This starts with making an offer on house, indicating what price and terms you want. The Seller may accept your offer, decline your offer, or make a counteroffer. Once you have both agreed on the contract, both parties will sign it...
08/23/2008
The next step is to look at properties. From your consultation, your realtor will do a thorough search of all available properties in the location that you want with the features that your want and within the price range that your want and are qualified for.  You will review the list and select t...
08/23/2008
In your initial consultation with your realtor, you will be asked about your wants and needs. What do you want in a home? Where would you like to live? Do you need to be in a particular school district?  You will be asked about your financial qualifications. Will you use cash or financing? If fin...
08/23/2008
The first step to finding a home is to choose a caring and experienced realtor. You many interview as many as you want until you find the right one for you. A great realtor will listen to your wants and needs and then guide you seamlessly through the process from start to finish. You can expect b...
08/23/2008
Consult - What are your wants and needs?.What is your time frame? Any contingencies? Will you use cash or a loan? Decide on Agency. Look at Properties - Consider location, price and features  Choose Your Home - Choose first for function and beauty. Then scrutinize its condition.                  ...
08/23/2008
I am thinking of incorporating one into my listing program and am wondering if others have gotten good response and/or good results from using them. I would think that it would bring any issues of concern to my attention and remind clients that I want to provide the best service possible to them....
08/23/2008
This is vitally important so that you can obtain the information you need to efficiently and effectively serve your client. Unless your Buyer feels comfort and trust in you, you may not get complete honesty. It pays to take the time to establish rapport before going further - it will save time in...
08/23/2008
I like to cover specific areas. The order does not really matter as long as your cover all of them. Wants & Needs. What are your needs in a home? Beds, baths, garage, square footage, location, etc. etc. Qualification. What are you financially able to purchase? If financing, have you been pre-appr...
08/23/2008
So am I. Is it the latest trend or gimmick? Or does it really work? What does it involve and how much does it cost? So yesterday, I found a couple of general articles concerning staging, and would like to share them with you. Hope you enjoy them!  http://www.hgtv.com/hgtv/real_estate/article/0,31...
08/16/2008
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