Buyer FAQ

You can send me your email and contact information and I can set you up on a search with your very own web portal that is linked to the same information that all realtors have access to so that you don’t have to be mislead by the information provided by, zillow and other real estate sites that only want you to use the real estate agents that pay for their advertising. You will automatically receive updates about new listings and changes in the status or information regarding existing listings.
The Multiple Listing Service Website provides up-to-date information for every home on the market. I constantly check the New on Market list so I can be on the lookout for my clients. I will get you this information right away, the way that is most convenient for you; by phone and/or email.
Homeowners trying to sell their home without agent representation are usually doing so in the hopes of saving the commission. If you see a FSBO and want the advantages of my services, let me contact the owner for you and make an appointment. Most times the homeowner will work with an agent, even though their home is not listed, since the agent is introducing a potential buyer to their property.
Most FSBO’s will pay the commission for a buyers agent. Do you really want to make the most important financial decision of your life without the insights of a real estate professional. If you go it alone the old saying is “Buyer Beware”. A seller who is trying to save every nickle and dime usually has no idea how to negotiate the buying process and could make your buying experience miserable.
Usually, we can notify the seller and schedule a convenient time to visit the property again. Immediately before the closing, we will schedule a final walk-through and inspection of your new home.
The realtor will help to coordinate all the services required to complete he transaction. These can include the attorney, home inspector, title company, septic testing, water testing, under ground oil tank identification and any other professional specific to your purchase. The realtor will also help to negotiate home repair requests and follow up with your mortgage company and title company