Buying Your Property
Fulfill Clients ' Needs
Are you thinking of Buying your new home?
Why use a broker?
Finding the perfect home doesn't happen in one day. There are a number of things you can do to simplify the process, including defining financial parameters, potential neighborhoods and the desired features in your next home.
Do you need an extra bathroom, a garage, a fenced backyard, or lower utility bills? Do you want a fireplace, to be close to work? Once your list is complete, decide what is most important to your lifestyle. Location affects your day-to-day living and is one of the most significant influences on value. Your choice of location may be limited somewhat by the price you can afford. Even so, make sure you consider such things as distance to work, schools, shopping and entertainment.
What type of property will you be looking for? A single-family detached home is attractive to many people because it typically provides more living space and land. On the other hand, a condominium may be a more appropriate choice for you, with an emphasis on maintenance-free living.
A Broker can help you analyze all of your buying issues. A Broker working with a buyer works to find the connection between homes available in the market and the needs and financial capacity of buyers. Be comfortable and confident with the Broker you are selecting as your business partner. The Broker owes you the duties of utmost care, integrity, confidentiality and loyalty. Make sure you discuss your real estate goals with your Broker.
A Broker will use various tools to try and find properties that meet your specifications including the MLS® service. One of the important search tools will be the local MLS® system. By sitting down at a computer the Broker can key in your needs, choice of neighborhoods and price range and immediately come up with a list of suitable properties available through the MLS® system.