When purchasing a home or property, a REALTOR® can help you determine what you can afford and shows you only those properties that meet your criteria. A REALTOR® can explain alternative mortgage financing programs.
In addition to knowing the local money market, a REALTOR® can tell you what personal and financial data to bring with you when applying for a loan. Already familiar with current real estate values, real estate taxes, utility costs, municipal services and facilities, a REALTOR® may also be able to respond to your questions about local zoning changes that could affect your decision to buy. A REALTOR® can research your housing needs in advance through a Multiple Listing Service even if you are locating to another city.
A REALTOR® can provide you with a checklist to serve as a reminder of some things you should look for in order to make a wise buying decision.
A REALTOR® can free a seller from the time, effort and details involving the sale of the property. They can establish the fair market value and can advise when seller financing might be in your best interest. With an interest in bringing both buyer and seller together, a REALTOR® can help negotiate a satisfactory agreement between the parties. Before the first showing and beyond the final sale, you'll get the expertise and service you look for in a real estate professional who knows how to sell your home or property.
A REALTOR® does a lot of homework in order to sell your home or property. The property is listed, ads are placed, inquiries are handled and appointments for showings are arranged with your convenience and best interest in mind. With the aid of a Multiple Listing Service, a REALTOR® can list a home or property and work with other REALTORS® to assure a wider range of prospective buyers.
By hiring a REALTOR®, you have secured someone who is committed to continuing education, ethics, and professionalism. Meet our family of Realtors!