Buyer Advice

Buying a home is more than an important decision. It’s more than a good investment. This is the American Dream. I understand how critical this step is in your life and I’ve got everything you need to make sure you walk through the front door of the home you’re looking for.

To help you get started in the right direction, take a look at the steps I’ve outlined below.

Step 1. Talk To a Local Lender…in Person

You need someone who understands your specific market and can get to know you in order to offer the loan that’s most beneficial to you. Ask about programs that might help reduce closing costs.

Step 2. Find More than an Agent…Find an Agent Who Knows Your Area

You know where you want to live, right? Now be specific. Think about the block you want to live on. Maybe the school you want for your kids. Think about what the sunset looks like from this neighborhood. I can help make that happen for you. I’m experienced in the area and I can help you find exactly what you’re looking for.

Step 3. Ask Yourself How Much Work You’re Willing To Do

Some of the best deals in Real Estate can be found on homes that might need nothing more than some paint, or a cosmetic touch-up. Others might need a more extensive remodel. And yet others are exactly what you’re looking for from the moment you turn the key. Just be honest with yourself and let me know what you’re thinking. If you’re looking for a great deal on a home that might need some work, I know some trusted experts who can help make it shine.

Step 5. Be Prepared…Things Might Happen Fast

Like anything else, the good deals go fast. One day they’re on the market. The next, they’re sold. And that’s a good thing, if you’re ready for it. If you work with a trusted agent, like me, from the very beginning, you’ll be in a good position to make sure you don’t lose out on a home that could be the perfect fit for you and your family.