You’ve found me! I’ve been in the real estate business for over 15 years and have a broad range of knowledge in the real estate field. Negotiating skills are invaluable when it comes to real estate and that skill set is one that has brought years of satisfaction to my clients. I can direct you to the right financial representative, lawyer, home inspector, and any other contact you may need; even after closing.
This is one that my husband and I experienced personally several years ago. Our agent took us to see a home with lake access. The view was fantastic, the property was very nice, the location was perfect and the house was large. The first sign of trouble was when we discovered the kitchen door locked and the front door was hanging off its hinges. Our realtor called the listing agent who came over to let us in.
This is where we meet to discuss your real estate needs. Our initial meeting will help me determine what you are looking for by evaluating what you want and need in a home in the Manhattan real estate market.
Do you do a radon test and can you explain to me what that is? Yes, a Palm Springs home inspector will run a radon test and provide you with results when the test is complete. This usually last up to 1 to 2 days.
A wise home buyer knows there are lots of houses — and there’s one out there that’s the right house at the right price. If you can’t afford it, move on and keep looking. Falling in love always leads to the number 1 mistake “Buying the wrong house.” What if something is really wrong with the home and you know deep down that you should not proceed, but you really love the home. Love will blind you to your actual feelings about the property and will cause you to accept things that you normally would have run away from. Falling in love with a particular home, home builder or model of home can cause you to fail in one or all of the other eleven areas listed in this article.
As with any real estate, location is number one. If you want to live in the city, suburbs or a rural area, there are things to look for. Remember, if you are buying land where you plan to build a home, do you mind that the railroad tracks are so close that you may think the train in running through your house? Is the property on the side of a mountain and only goats can climb to the top? Is it in a flood zone? Twenty acres with a few of the mountains, but in a flood zone isn’t a good choice.
You do not need to go the process alone. A good Buyer’s Agent can streamline the process and make the home buying process an easy one. Think of a Buyers Agent as a home buying consultant and not a salesperson. A Buyers Agent should never, ever try and sell you a home. Happy House Hunting!!