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Because a first-time homebuyer has never been through the buying process, it’s important to work with an experienced agent that can walk you through each step of the process. Here are some things an agent can help you with:

Buyer Consultation

The buyer consultation is an initial conversation about the buying process...

The goal of the conversation is to analyze your situation and prioritize your wants and needs so your agent can better understand where to look for a home in your price range, home size, home style, etc.


The first step before you start your home search is to speak with a lender...

You will find out how expensive of a home you qualify to purchase, but more importantly, what you are comfortable paying monthly. Your agent should connect you with a local, trustworthy lender who can help you with this step.

Listing Search and Tour Homes

Your agent will deliver active listings to your email as soon as they hit the market....

It is a good idea to review the list of homes and determine if any of them are possibilities. If you determine a particular listing meets your criteria, your agent will schedule a time to view the property.

Offer writing and contract negotiation

You and your agent will work as a team to craft the most attractive offer possible...

Your agent works closely with you and the listing agent to negotiate a competitive offer with the best possible terms for you and your needs.

Step 5

Contract, inspections, and contingency management

Once under contract, the work is just beginning...

Your agent will work with you to engage with the necessary team of professionals to assess the property and prepare it for closing, i.e. inspectors, contractors, appraisers, title company, etc. Agents work with these vendors on a daily basis so we are able to offer a wide variety of trusted recommendations.

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In the final steps of our process, agents work to the finish line...

Once we’ve confirmed all the proper documents are in place, you will sign the multiple documents needed to transfer the property and be handed a keys to your home. Each title company is different, but most will send you a file with the document you signed and the original deed will be delivered to you within 30 days of settlement.

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Here are some of the common reasons why people delay buying:

Don’t I need to have a 20% down payment saved?

You don’t always have to put 20% down to purchase a home. In fact, the majority of homeowners in the United States purchase their homes with less than 20% down. There are several loan programs that allow you to put as little as 3% down, and in some (rare) cases you can even purchase a home with zero cash out of pocket. So before you decide to rent because you think you do not have enough cash saved, talk to a realtor or a loan officer to find out your options so you can make an informed decision.

Isn’t renting cheaper than buying?

Not necessarily, sometimes paying a mortgage can be cheaper than or comparable to paying rent. And as discussed in the last objection, check with a lender to see what your mortgage payment would be and what price range you qualify to purchase. Wouldn’t you rather pay your own mortgage than someone else’s?

Aren’t the rates too high, shouldn’t I wait?

Seemingly high rates often detract buyers from purchasing real estate because the higher the rate, the higher the monthly payment. However, what potential buyers forget sometimes is that when you pay rent you are paying 100% interest. So rather than putting your money toward someone else’s mortgage and investing 0% of your living costs, buying real estate allows you to turn this necessary fee into a stable, long-term investment. Additionally, the mortgage rate you pay at closing can always be refinanced if the rates go down.

I want to save until I can buy my forever home

This is a common hesitation for first time home buyers. They know they cannot afford the house of their dreams so they wait until they have saved enough money. This is one approach however, there’s another way that could save you more money in a shorter period of time. If you purchase what you can afford now – converting your monthly rental payment into a mortgage payment – instead of paying rent you are slowly building equity in your investment. As your home appreciates and you pay down your mortgage, you are investing your monthly living fee (that otherwise would have been paying off someone else’s mortgage). After you have saved up some additional funds, you can purchase your dream home with those funds in addition to the equity you have accumulated. Or, keep your first home purchase as a rental property instead of rolling your investment over, and make passive income on top of living in your dream home! There are many options, but the most important thing to note is waiting to buy your dream home might not be the best financial decision.

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