The first step to buying a home is to understand your buying power and establish a price range. A licensed lender can help evaluate your financial standing and provide a pre-approval. Getting pre-approved doesn’t obligate you to a lender, but it will help guide your decisions during the home shopping process. Having a pre-approval letter in-hand can also increase the attractiveness of your offer, particularly when a seller has multiple offers to choose from. We work with several amazing lenders that we can refer you to.
Now the fun begins! You can start your search for the perfect home right here with up-to-date MLS listings in your favorite neighborhoods. As your REALTOR®, I will also search for homes on your behalf, including pre-list properties that have not yet been shared with the general public. When you find a home that you like, we’ll schedule a showing tour for you to preview the property in person. Remember, what you don’t like is just as important as what you do like. All of your thoughts and opinions will help us improve the quality of the home search process.
Inspecting the physical condition of your next home is a vital part of the home-buying process. A licensed home inspector will conduct a comprehensive evaluation of the entire property and report any problems with the condition of the home’s structure or systems. The inspector will also investigate such as pest infestations, mold or similar damage. Depending on the purchase agreement, we may enter additional rounds of negotiation to resolve any problems discovered during the inspection.