Buying a home can be an overwhelming process. From financing to negotiating to closing, there are a lot of moving pieces that can leave home buyers bewildered.
Do I really need a Realtor® when buying a home?
A Realtor® is more than just a sales person. Sue Lerchen will act on your behalf, providing you with advice and guidance when buying a home. Because the market is constantly changing, the information available on listings is not always 100% accurate. This is a prime example of why you need a Realtor®. Sue can provide you with the most current information about what has sold or is still for sale. Trying to buy a home without a Realtor® can really make the home buying process more of a headache. Having a Realtor® is always recommended when buying a home. Our goal is to make the process as painless as possible.
What is an earnest money check?
An earnest money check is frequently referred to as “good faith money”. When a buyer puts an offer on a home, they provide the earnest money to the title company to hold in their escrow account until closing. The main purpose of this deposit is to show the seller how serious you are about purchasing their home.
How much should I offer?
When making an offer on a piece of real estate, there are many factors that go into a successful offer. Sue will be with you every step of the way advising you on how to get your dream home.
Contact Sue today so we can help you find the perfect place to call home!