Are you thinking of buying a new home and wondering where to start?

Whether it’s your first home, your next family home, or even your retirement home there’s plenty to think about and the whole process can be a bit overwhelming if you don’t have some help on your side.

Many people ask themselves if it’s really necessary to have a buyer’s agent to help with the process. Y’ALL! The answer is YES! Most of these homes you are looking at are listed with a Realtor.  This means that the seller of that home has hired that agent to represent them as a seller and to make sure that they are completely covered. If you are purchasing that home, you should have your own representation, too! Someone looking out for YOU!

Some things that a real estate professional can help with on the buyer’s side not only include the obvious things of pre-qualifications, property searches, and the closing process, but also the not so obvious things of negotiations of what’s included in the purchase, the home inspection and negotiating repairs, and the appraisal process. Ultimately, the end goal should be to get you to the closing table with a deal you are happy with and with as little stress as possible!

Whether you choose an existing home or a new construction home that’s perfect for you or you choose to build a custom home, your Realtor should be able to help you navigate the entire process.

Your home purchase is a very important transaction and I’d love to partner with you and help you through the entire process! One of the best things about hiring your own buyer’s agent is it doesn’t cost you anything and you have someone to work JUST FOR YOU!

Please let me know if you have questions about purchasing a home. I’m happy to help!

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