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We are so glad you asked!  Often people decide they want to buy a home, but they aren’t super clear on the particulars of what they want that home to look like in terms of location, size, features, and price. The outer ring is the first step where you may begin to start looking at […]

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If a buyer has the financial liquidity, they may choose to pay for a home in cash and forgo mortgaging the home. The process for paying for a home in cash works a little bit differently. The main thing to note is that: Instead, you can request a letter from your financial institution that states […]

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The answer is simple: have your finances in order! In a hot real estate market, you have to bring a strong offer to the table when you are ready to buy. When a seller accepts an offer, they are trusting you in good faith that you have the means to complete the sale, and having […]

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Pre-qualification is one step you can take to make your home buying process go a little bit smoother. That is why one of the first items of business to get squared away when you are in the home buying process is: financial pre-qualification.  Some people might think this is only relevant if you are planning […]

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Thinking of Buying a Home on Your Own? This is called self-representation, where there is no REALTOR® involved on one side of the transaction. The homebuyer or home seller is choosing to represent themselves throughout the transaction process.  There are a few major pain points to self-representation. With self representation, it can be easy for […]

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Did You Know The Same Real Estate Agent Can Represent Both Parties in a Transaction? In Arizona, it’s legal for a real estate broker/agent to act as a dual agent, which means they will represent both the seller and the buyer in the same home transaction.  Here’s how a dual agency deal works: both the seller […]

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What Are Fiduciary Responsibilities and How Do They Relate to The Home Buying Process?  We can explain! When purchasing a new home, it’s typical to hire a real estate agent who can provide representation and counsel with fiduciary responsibility to you throughout the home buying process.  Fiduciary responsibility means that your agent acts as a […]

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Is Anyone Representing You During the Home Buyer Process?  Having the right representation is essential when you are trying to buy a home. For most prospective home buyers, the process becomes much easier with a great real estate agent on your side. To begin the process, your agent will be able to walk you through […]

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The end goal of a property transaction is for both the buyer and seller to come together and say yes to both the price and terms of an offer.  It’s very uncommon for either party to be completely satisfied or feel like they’ve achieved the perfect deal, because such a thing does not exist!  There […]

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In a typical home buying transaction, you will go through both the pre-qualification and underwriting process.  The pre-qualification process always precedes the full underwriting.  When you are applying for a mortgage to buy a home, start by talking to your lender and have them outline all the steps you must take in order to complete […]

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