The beginning of your journey towards home ownership has already begun. You’ve taken your first step, you reached out for more information. We are here to help you make sense of this journey, by making sure you completely understand the process, to be fully informed before making those tough decisions. We serve as your guide, the person you can turn to for professional advise. Whether it’s your first time or you’ve been a home owner in the past, we can help you reach your goal of home ownership.
Getting Started

Before you start looking for a home you should ask yourself a few questions.

  • Where do you want to live?
  • Do you want to be close to schools, shopping, or work?
  • What kind of home would you like or need?
  • Are you looking for a particular style?
  • How many bedrooms and bathrooms do you want?
  • Do you want a yard?
  • How much house can you afford?
  • Have you consulted a mortgage lender to determine the size of the mortgage you would qualify for?
Get organized

  • Pull a credit report on yourself and make sure the information is accurate. If you find any errors take steps to correct them immediately. We can help you get in contact with a lender that can help you with this step.
  • Start saving money – you’ll need to have cash on hand for a down payment and closing costs.
  • Don’t incur any additional debt. Pay down your credit cards and don’t apply for any new ones. Don’t make any major purchases on credit.

Once your offer to purchase the home has been accepted and Escrow has opened. We highly advise you to get a home inspection!

We can help you find a professional home inspector to inspect the home. A home inspection gives the buyer more detailed information that you need to make a wise decision. In a home inspection, a qualified inspector takes an in-depth, unbiased look at your potential new home to: evaluate the physical condition: structure, construction, and mechanical systems, identify items that need to be repaired or replaced, estimate the remaining useful life of the major systems, equipment, structure, and finishes.

The inspection gives a detailed report on the condition of the structural components, exterior, roofing, plumbing, electrical, heating, insulation and ventilation, air conditioning, and interiors.

It is your responsibility to be an informed buyer. Be sure that what you buy is satisfactory in every respect. You have the right to carefully examine your potential new home with a qualified home inspector. You may arrange to do so before signing your contract, or may do so after signing the contract as long as your contract states that the sale of the home depends on the inspection.

Why Work With A Us?

  • We can analyze your financial situation to help you determine how much you can afford and arrange the financing.
  • We are familiar with the process of buying a home and can explain things to you in detail.
  • We can easily access information on all properties listed for sale in your area.
  • We can set up appointments for you to see homes that interest you.
  • We can help you complete all the necessary paperwork when it’s time to make an offer.
  • We will be there every step of the way to answer your questions and concerns.
  • We will create an online account for you to track the life of your transaction.
  • We will make sure everything goes as planned and runs smoothly.