Most real estate negotiations begin with an offer from a buyer who has limited knowledge of the condition of the house. When buying a home, you will have an inspection done – usually after you’ve agreed to price & terms with the owner. This is a problem!
Home Buying Process
This is usually the first question I get from a buyer who is looking at newer construction, somewhere like Durbin Crossing in the Julington Creek area. If you go onto wikipedia.com and type in CDD, CDD fee, or any assortment thereof – it doesn’t show much of anything in the form of an answer. So, […]
7 Tips to “Hacking” the Buying Process Tip One Educate yourself on the mortgage application process A stitch in time saves nine. Or maybe you prefer Abraham Lincoln’s, If I had eight hours to chop down a tree, I’d spend six hours sharpening my ax. Point being, don’t wait until you’re ready […]
When you’ve gone through a foreclosure or a short sale, it may seem impossible to buy another home. However, it doesn’t have to be impossible, if you have the right strategy. Those that have lost a home to a foreclosure or have gone through a short sale, and now they are looking to buy a […]
For most home buyers, shopping for a mortgage is necessary when buying a home. However, most first-time home buyers don’t start shopping for a mortgage early enough. Along with not shopping soon enough, many new home buyers don’t shop around for the best rate. A survey from 2013 showed that nearly half of home buyers only […]