Dreaming of a bigger home with more bathrooms? Need a place for a home office? Looking to grow your real estate portfolio? Or, is it time to downsize and let someone else mow the lawn? Whatever your goals and dreams, we’re here to help you find just the property for you.
We offer single agency and transaction agency, according to your preference. When buyers need sources for mortgage lending, insurance, home inspectors, legal counsel and more, they can take advantage of the extensive database of professionals we’ve developed over the past 40 years.
It is our practice to:
- Provide information on communities, schools, commutes and amenities to highlight desirable neighborhoods.
- Preview homes whenever possible and qualify them according to our customer’s preferences.
- Prepare a competitive market analysis for each home that our customer is seriously considering.
- Use our negotiation skills to achieve the best price, terms and conditions.
- Exercise due diligence and disclosure to help you make an informed buying decision. We explain purchase costs and expenses, insist on a home inspection, suggest an array of financial options, offer sources for neighborhood, school and crime statistics.
- Manage the steps to closing that include scheduling various inspections and the appraisal, working with the lender and handling any pre-closing problems.
- Follow up after the closing — and beyond. In fact, we’re always here as your ready resource.
We can even handle a long distance closing when you cannot attend in person.
Just one more way we can help!
As a Single Agent, we owe you the following duties:
- Dealing honestly and fairly.
- Full disclosure
- Accounting for all funds
- Skill, care and diligence in the transaction.
- Presenting all offers and counteroffers in a timely manner.
- Disclosing all known facts that materially affect the value of residential real property and are not readily observable.
As a Transaction Agent, we have the following duties:
- Dealing honestly and fairly
- Accounting for all funds
- Using skill, care and diligence in the transaction
- Disclosing all known facts that materially affect the value of residential real property and are not readily observable buyer.
- Presenting all offers and counteroffers in a timely manner
- Limited confidentiality, unless waived in writing by a party, which prevents disclosure that a seller will accept a lower price than the asking price, and that the buyer will pay a higher price than submitted in a written offer.
- Any additional duties that are entered into by agreement.
Completion of either of the above agreements is a State required formality and just one of the steps in the process of buying your new home.