FAQ's

We reciceve the following questions all the time and we're happy to provide answers as well as helpful Free Reports.
These Free Reports  will give you additional information into what the best practices are when buying and selling a home.

 

Q: Is it better to go to a bank or a Mortgage Broker? 

A: All banks are different and there is no one bank that will give you the best rates. Shopping around for a mortgage is the smart thing to do. And just because you've banked somewhere for years doesn't mean they'll give you the best mortgage to fit your needs. 
If you're looking for more information on choosing a bank for your mortgage, Contact us and we can connect you with one of our highly trained and trusted Mortgage Professionals.
To Learn More Get our Free Report: Best Financing: A 3-Point Plan
 

Q: Do I have enough money to pay a realtor to work for me?

A: Yes! Working with the a great Real Estate Professional can actually Save you thousands of dollars! The best thing you can do for yourself is be sure to choose the right realtor! 
To Learn More Get Our Free Report: Ask a Real Estate Expert
 

 
Q: Should I continue to rent, or is buying the right move for me?

A: If you have been at your current full time and secure job for over 1 year and have or have the ability to get a down payment, then buying is a great choice to begin to build wealth in real estate, is way easier than you think! 
To Learn more Get our Free Report: 
Don't Pay Another Cent in Rent to Your Landlord 
 

 
Q: Should I buy a home before or after I sell my current one?

A: This depends on your financial ability, the current market conditions and a few other variables.
Get a free, no obligation, over the phone assessment of your needs by completing the form here: 
Your Home Sold at a Price Acceptable to You Guaranteed or We'll Buy It!*

 

 
Q: What should I be concerned about with my divorce and selling our home?

A: Selling your home because of a divorce can be a tricky situation, each party has certain rights and responsibilities you must be aware of. 
To Learn more Get our Free Report: Divorce: What You Need to Know About Your House, Your Home Loan and Taxes
 

 
Q: What should I know to sell my home on my own?

A: Selling your home on your own can be risky. But if you're set on selling it yourself you must know the rules and how to follow them for your own protection. 
To Learn more Get our Free Report: How To Sell Your Home Without An Agent And Save The Commission!
 

 
QWhat Are the most important things I should know about buying a home?
A: There are a lot of things you should know about buying a home but what’s most important is getting
the right information. To Learn more Get our Free
To Learn More Get our Free Report: Discover How to Avoid the 6 Biggest Mistakes Homebuyers Make
 

 
Q: I’m Ready To Move to a bigger home! Where should I start?
A: You should start by looking into what you should avoid when moving up. There are some important
things you should know! To Learn More Get Our Free
To Learn More Get our Free Report: 6 Mistakes to Avoid When Moving to a Larger Home
 

 
Q:  How many Extra Costs are going to be included in The Purchase of a Home?
A: From Appraisal Fees to Moving Costs There are extra fees. Not everything will be applicable to you
but its best to be prepared for everything.
To Learn More Get Our Free Report: 13 Extra Costs to Be Aware of Before Buying a Home

 
Q: Is buying a new home a better option than buying a resale home?
A: There are Big differences between New and Resale home prices and what you get for that price. Each
type comes with their positive and negative attributes. To Learn More Get Our Free
To Learn More Get Our Free Report: 10 Secrets Every New Home Buyer Should Know

 
Q: I want to Buy a home, but I also don’t want to spend too much money. What Can I do?
A: There are ways to Save Thousands When Buying a Home. You just need to know how the home is
priced and what you want vs. what you need and where you’re willing to compromise. Read Our Free
To Learn More Get Our Free Report: Homebuyers: How to Save Thousands of Dollars When You Buy

 
Q: I want to buy a home, but I’m afraid that I’m going to get taken advantage of by the sellers.

A: That is a very common fear. There are many traps a buyer can fall into Such as rushing the closing date and not having proper pre-approval. Learn More By Reading Our free
To Learn More Get Our Free Report: How to Avoid 9 Common Buyer Traps BEFORE Buying a Home

 
Q: I want to sell my home, what’s the best advice you can give? 
A: There’s so much advice to give, but our number one is do your homework. Know why you are selling and choose a realtor who will work best for you.
To Learn more get our Free Report: Which of These Costly Homeseller Mistakes Will You Make When You Sell Your Home?

 

 
Q:  I want to sell my older home but I’m afraid that there will be issues during a home inspection, what do you recommend?
A: 
It’s always good to be on top of your homes stability. If you have reasons to be worried then a pre-inspection may be in your best interest.
 To Learn more get our Free Report:  11 High Cost Inspection Traps You Should Know About Weeks Before Listing Your Home For Sale
 

 
Q: What are the most important questions to ask Realtors that I am interviewing?
 
A: You need to make sure the Realtor you choose is working for your best interest and are on the same page.

To Learn more get our Free Report: 10 Questions You Must Ask W­hen Interviewing an Agent

 
Q: What legal issues should I be worried about when selling my home?
 
A: Real Estate can be a complicated process that can have its troubles. Using an experienced realtor is the best way to protect yourself.

To Learn more get our Free Report:  How to Avoid Costly Legal Mistakes

 
Q: My home didn’t sell the first time around and I’m very disappointed. Do I have to use the same realtor?
 
A: As long as your contract with the realtor has expired, you are free to choose any other realtor you want. There also might be more to it than just the realtor you chose!
To Learn more, get our Free Report: How to Sell a House that Didn't Sell


 

 
Q: All of our children have moved out and now our home is too big for just us. Should we consider selling?
 
A: That’s entirely up to you! If you feel like your home is too big and you know you’d be more comfortable physically and financially in a smaller home then, Yes, you should!
To Learn more Get our Free Report: Empty Nester: How to Sell the Place You Call Home

 
Q: I’m not sure how to choose a selling price for my home, what’s the best way to set a price?
 
A: Your asking price is often your home’s “first impression”, and if you want to realize the most money you can from your home’s sale, it is imperative that you make a good first impression
To Learn more Get our Free Report: How to Get the Price You Want (and Need) When Pricing Your Home
 

 
Q: How can I sell my home quick and for the most amount of money?
 
A: Being prepared in advance is the best way to sell your home quick and for the most money. Realtors like us can make sure you’re best prepared for this course of action.
To Learn more Get our Free Report: 27 Quick & Easy Fix Ups to Sell Your Home Fast and for Top Dollar
 

 
Q: A home down the street from mine sold, and I want to know how much it sold for.
 
A: We can help with that!
 
Fill Out Our Home Down the Street Form

 

 
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