MY SERVICE TO YOU
In our relationship, my role will be not only to identify a suitable property—that’s the least of it—but also to negotiate the best deal, while knowledgeably guiding you, as a Realtor (not an attorney), through the disclosure, financial, and legalese-infested pool of paperwork that accompanies a property purchase. We will go over all the documents together, ensuring you understand everything before signing on the dotted line. I will make you aware of any red flags, and guide you through the inspection and investigation process to ensure you’re getting what you paid for. This includes but is not limited to helping you check permits, get a home inspection, review natural hazard reports and title documents, and much, much more. I can go on about what I bring to the table, but let’s get to know each other first. What do you say?
Call me, email me, or send notice via a carrier pigeon—whatever works for you. We can then set an appointment to meet up in person, or just go over stuff on the phone (as you wish). At first, we will talk generally about your plans, and I will answer any questions you might already have. Ultimately, this conversation will lead to talking about money.
Are you buying cash, exchanging, or financing?
If you need help with financing, it will be my pleasure to guide you by answering questions, making recommendations, or getting you in contact with a lender who can help.
With the money part figured out, we'll meet up again and talk everything real estate. We'll review your needs and wants and come up with a strategy. We'll go over the process of buying a property, from A to Z, so you know what to expect before you buy. In the end, if you feel comfortable and decide that I am the Realtor for the job, we will:
Sign an agreement establishing our relationship, which you can later cancel with a call, email, or text—yes, you can break up with me via text—should I not be what you expected. Click here for a sample agreement.
As far as documents, to start, I will only need your lender's pre-approval letter and/or your bank statements.
Let’s go criticize other people’s homes!