Home Buyer’s Guide

 

 

Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer, purchased several homes but it’s been a while, or you’re looking to buy an investment property, “Your Complete Guide to the HOME BUYING PROCESS,” can help you explore your options and answer many, if not all, of your questions.  This is NOT a 50-page book (who has time for that)?  It’s an easy-to-read eleven pages that will be your ongoing reference as you proceed to purchase a residential property.

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Verification of Property Condition

It’s one of the last steps in purchasing a home and an important one — Verification of Property Condition. Don’t skip or waive this opportunity to see the condition of your soon-to-be home prior to the close of escrow. #realestate #whosnext

 

 

Buyer’s Inspections – Part of the process!

What’s an Escalation Clause?

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Beyond what it is, should you use it in your offer to purchase a home?  As a REALTOR representing a Buyer, we can get pretty excited about the opportunity to utilize this tactic. Also known as a “Sharp Bid”, an escalation clause is used in the circumstance where multiple offers are highly likely.  This likelihood is usually generated when you see a Listing that states something to the effect of, “All offers to be reviewed on Monday at 5pm” or the property has been priced below market. The intent of this competitive bidding strategy is usurp all other offers by offering a $dollar amount (usually $100 to $1000) above the next highest offer received by the Listing Agent with a cap “not to exceed $dollar amount.”  I usually recommend that we request proof of the highest bid.

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