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We know buying a house can be an extensive and overwhelming process. That's why we've outlined six easy steps to illustrate how our team takes you from a confused consumer parading online to an educated buyer ready to purchase your dream home. 

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1) Schedule an appointment with us

If you're thinking about working with our team, schedule an appointment with us or contact us directly and we'll familiarize you with the home buying process. 

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2) Determine Pre-Qualification

Get pre-qualified by a mortgage broker to determine your buying price range. Prepare to take time collecting income and tax information to assist your lender in preparing the best loan for your needs. Together with your lender you'll find the perfect price range to fit your life!

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3) Chat With Us And Create A Wishlist

Let us get to know you! We'll set up a buyer consultation to prioritize your wishlist, determine the area you're interested in, and what kind of home will fit your needs. 

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4) Schedule Viewings And Attend Open Houses

One of our team members will take you out on the road to view homes that are the best fit for you and your family. We'll learn the detailed specifics of your personal preferences and continue to see houses until we find your perfect home!

5) Find The Perfect Home And Make An Offer

When you've found the perfect home, our team will present your written offer to the seller's agent. Be prepared to go back and forth between counteroffers until both parties come to an agreement. Don't worry, our team will be there to guide you every step of the way. In the end, we want you to have a cost-effective, happy, and successful transaction!

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6) Appraisal, Inspection, And Closing

Appraisal and inspection confirm that the price and condition of the property match every item you've agreed upon in the contract with no surprises. Then... the closing! You'll settle the finances and sign the final paperwork to officially purchase your property.


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