Buyer Resources

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Finding and buying a home that matches your needs is a significant and often stressful ordeal, but it doesn't have to be. Our goal is to make this transition as smooth as possible. Our team consists of real, local real estate experts who know how to submit winning offers and guide you through the homebuying process, whether you're a first-time buyer or savvy real estate investor.

Our commitment to you is this: we will always provide you with accurate, realistic information about the market, as well as our honest, informed opinion and guidance when viewing homes and writing offers. We will work tirelessly to find your dream home, write a winning offer that is accepted, and guide you through the escrow process with empathy and with your best interests in mind.

Please enjoy some of our buyer video resources below for more information about the buying process.

Buyer Video Resources

5 Homebuyer Tips
Here are five tips for navigating the home buying process.
3 Financing Tips
If you are planning on buying a home using a home loan then these three tips will help you get prepared for the financing process.
Credit Score Ranges & Factors
A credit score is a number between 300–850 that depicts a consumer's creditworthiness.
Required Mortgage Documents
Every lender requires documents as part of the process of approving a mortgage loan. Here are documents you’re generally required to provide...
How to Improve Your Credit
Credit scores play a big role in determining whether you’ll qualify for a loan and what your loan terms will be.
The Home Inspection Process
After your offer gets accepted, you’ll have an inspection period. This is your opportunity to have a licensed inspector canvas the home looking for common issues prior to moving forward with the home purchase.
The Appraisal Process
Once you are under contract, your lender will send out an appraiser to verify the purchase price is in line with the property’s value. Here are the two most important things to know about the appraisal process.
Homeowners Insurance
A homeowners insurance policy will protect you against certain losses and damage to your new home and is generally required by lenders prior to closing.
How To Buy in a Tight Market
Here are five things tips that can increase your chances of getting your dream house in a competitive housing market.
Is the Buyer Pre-Approved, or Not?
When selling a home, it’s important to understand the different types of loan approvals that you will come across.

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