Buying a Home
Find the right agent for you. You’ll need someone who will listen to your needs, answer your questions, and work hard to find the right home for you.
Talk with a mortgage lender, and get a loan pre-approval letter. When you find a house you love, you’ll need a pre-approval in hand to make an offer.
Look at houses, and find the right home for you. It’s helpful to start by envisioning how you want the home to fit into your lifestyle.
Make an offer, negotiate, and go under contract. During the contract phase, you’ll have the house appraised and inspected, while you finalize your mortgage loan.
Go to closing. This is where the official ownership transfer takes place. It’s time to celebrate and move on to your next adventure.
• Personal service – Brandon takes care of each client personally, so you don’t have to worry about being handed off to a less-experienced associate.
• Passionate about client education – From the importance of the home inspection to the ins and outs of loan approvals, Brandon wants each client to feel comfortable and informed throughout the process.
•Efficient and Effective - Brandon uses proven tools and marketing systems to make the home buying process as smooth as possible for his clients. His years of success in this business proves his techniques work.
•Always here for you – Buying a home is a big deal, and no question is too small. Brandon will be by your side every step of the way.
Your new home awaits!
Latest Blog Entries
Pricing the home correctly is the single biggest factor in whether or not you will sell the home or if it will sit on the market.
So, you’ve put in all the work to get the house market ready, we’ve taken professional photos and video, we’re marketed the house for a couple of weeks to build up interest, and we’re ready to go live. Now what?
For everything that has been on your “I’ll get to that eventually” list…now is the time. The good news is that you know your home better than anyone else. It’s best to fix these things while you can, either by yourself or with a handyman.
It’s never too early to hire an agent. If you’ve even thought about buying real estate eventually --- even if you’re not ready to start the process anytime soon – you should have an agent.
l the inspections are done, the utilities have been ordered to transfer over, and the bank has all their required documents. Here are those important final steps that take you from home buyer, to home owner.
Title insurance covers you in case some issue arises from the past in the ownership of the property.
When you purchase a property using a mortgage, your bank will require an appraisal. The appraiser is there to protect the bank’s interest in the property by verifying the property’s value.
There are many home inspections for different reasons, but the standard inspection checks to make sure appliances and major systems (hot water, HVAC, etc.) work, and examines windows, roofs, and plumbing for any visible damage or malfunctions.