You have done your due diligence and have had your home inspections completed. If your home is like many homes, there are some habitability issues that will need addressed. Some homes are sold AS-IS, in which case the seller will not make any repairs and you will be responsible for those repairs after the sale. […]
The Contract discusses in detail the exact terms of the sale- purchase price, earnest money, financing, closing costs, appraisal, and inspection contingencies, what is actually being included in sale, it’s all listed to the best of our ability, any HOA specifications, disclosures, taxes, insurance, title work, and pertinent dates for removing contingencies and transfer of title and occupancy. We try to encompass any and all concerns and needs of both the buyer and the seller.
The home buying process is a little different for each home and each buyer, but in general there are 10 Steps most real estate transactions go through from the very beginning of the process to the closing. Let’s take a look at the 1st Step in some detail. Step 1- Find a Realtor You Can Trust First […]
There is growing expectation from consumers that they want to work with businesses that reflect the same values that they hold dear. I’m certainly that way and I think my clients have a strong sense of values as well. Because of that, I recently joined REBSEA, the Real Estate & Business Social Enterprise Association.
Listed by Theresa Lussier, THE HOME GROUP REALTY, Attention rehab addicts! Looking for a three bedroom, 1.5 bath home in Historic South Park, with a garage? This home offers a fantastic floor plan with large open rooms, character, and potential. Downstairs is a parlor and living room, dining room with a unique alcove and hardwood floors.
How does home feel? It feels like 237 Morton Ave- the graciousness and quality of a bygone era, the amenities and convenience of a modern life, beautifully combined to create a one-of-a-kind space, as unique as you are. Add the charming, income-producing Victorian cottage, and prepare to fall in love.
While buying a home in Dayton Ohio is a process that tends to follow a predictable series of steps, some steps can be complex and may need more oversight to see them through successfully. Think of a real estate agent as a trail guide. They’ve been down this path many times before, they know where the tricky parts are how to proactively navigate through those brambles. Having an experienced professional (that would be me!) guiding the process can help get your transaction completed smoothly. Let’s take a quick overview of each step-