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Real Estate Questions & Answers
First and foremost, it’s the ethical treatment you will receive. Each REALTOR® must conform to a very firm code of ethics based on professionalism and security of the public’s interest. When you work with a REALTOR® he or she is duty-bound to you and your interests, and he or she becomes your ally guiding you through what can be an overwhelming transaction process.
Step 1: Step one is finding a REALTOR® who you can work with to guide you through the real estate buying procedure.
Step 2: Once you’ve signed with a REALTOR® the next step is to work with a lender who can assist you in understanding your financial situation. This way you can get a clear handle on what you can and can not afford. Your dream home is not worth your financial security.
Step 3: Third step is to start the home search process. Now that you know what you can and can’t afford, your REALTOR® will tour you through potential properties that can possibly become your next home.
Step 4: Put in a purchase agreement once you’ve found the home you want. Your REALTOR® will assist you through negotiations to a hopefully successful end.
Step 5: Throughout the entire time frame, know there will be stressful periods as this is one of the largest purchases of your life. However, also remember to have fun as this process can represent the beginning of so many wonderful memories you and your family will create in your new home.
Step 1: Step one is to find a REALTOR® who you can assist you through the real estate selling process.Step 2: Make sure to complete a property condition’s statement and obtain all other necessary documentation such as abstract of title and title insurance, covenants, plat maps, condo documents, mortgage release, etc. Step 3: Understand that every market (even down to the specific streets) is unique and can call for a different fair market price. Once your REALTOR® has provided you with a Comparative Market Analysis, correctly price your home. Step 4: Make sure your home is ready to make a good first impression on potential buyers. That means keeping it clean and tidy with minimal knickknacks and personal elements out in plain view. When people tour your home, the less personal items you have out the better as it helps potential buyers envision themselves living there.
Step 5: Receive an offer and go through the negotiation process to an end that will hopefully meet your goals.Step 6: Remember that selling your home can be a stressful time. However, also know it can be a rewarding process too as selling your home will help you move on to the next phase of your life.