Getting the Pre-Approval process underway as soon as you decide that purchasing a home is one of the first steps of buying a home.
Whether you're a first time home buyer, a veteran, or front line worker, we have a plethora of local lenders to recommend based on your needs.
A whole house inspection lets you know exactly what you are buying. A typical inspection does not include termites, radon, lead based paint, or mold. We have several recommended home inspectors
Questions for your agent:
| How do I negotiate repairs?
| What are the "Do's & Don'ts" of sharing your report!
Choosing the right title company is a crucial step in the home buying process. Title professionals do a lot of "behind the scenes" work such as performing extensive searches on your future homes title and amongst other legal documents to ensure a clean and smooth transaction.
During the inspection period, you should look into what property insurance is right for you and your new home. You may be asked to provide the paid premium receipt and the lender may have requirements for how they are listed as additional insured on the policy. Your insurance agent should send forward this to your lender.
Ask your real estate agent about credible & local property insurance agents!