cary home buyer: CaryRealEstate.com Makes it Easy for Home Buyers & Sellers
- 01/08/10 12:56 AM
At CaryRealEstate.com we’re always keeping our eye out on how to improve our level of service with home buyers and sellers. Most of us enjoy the latest gadget but rarely does something have as much positive impact as docusign. It’s a web based service that allows the creator of a document to send an electronic copy to a recipient and allow that recipient to sign, date, initial etc a document with a few easy mouse clicks. Yes there is a short process to accept/create your electronic signature but it’s super easy.
We’re able to compose, deliver, receive signatures and file (0 comments)
cary home buyer: What is A Short Sale? David Williams, the Voice of Cary Real Estate Answers
- 12/10/09 08:48 PM
What is a Short Sale? A Short Sale occurs when a home seller is allowed by their lender to sell the home for less than what's owed on the mortgage. If you are a home seller you may be thinking COOL - I like that idea - not having to payback as much as I owe - well of course it's not that simple. Typically several things need to occur before your mortgage holder will consider a short sale: 1) You are delinquent on your house payments 2) You have no other assets or ability to cover what you owe 3) (1 comments)
cary home buyer: What to Expect During the Home Inspection, Home Buyer Tips from Cary Real Estate
- 11/18/09 10:09 PM
Most buyers really don't know what to expect during the home inspection. Should they attend? How long will it take? Here's a few tips to help you be prepared and know what to expect. Should you attend the home inspection? Yes. If at all possible plan on attending the home inspection. While it is not required for the buyer to be present during the inspection I've found that it helps. You get to see the inspector working and can learn great tips about preventative maintenance items. How long will the inspection last? Typically in the 2 to 3.5 hour range. When (1 comments)
cary home buyer: Do you Want to Buy this House? Do You Want to Buy this House? Do you want . . .
- 10/21/09 10:54 PM
How do you find out if a buyer wants to purchase the home you just showed? I know that some new agent training manuals recommend that when you finish showing a home you ask the buyers a straightforward question - like "Do you want to buy this home?" I know seasoned agents that use this approach also. Well that may work for some but for me it doesn't fit my style and personality. So How do I know if my buyers want to purchase a home? In my buyers consultation meeting I let them know I will provide them with (8 comments)
Looking at homes can be a challenging task with many factors to consider. Here's a very practical way of analyzing items/features about a home that you do not like. I call it my 'Flow Chart of Elimination" Catchy title right . . I know you're excited.
So you're out looking at a home and you see something that you do not like. Question #1 Is it the house or the current owners decorating style/furniture? Sounds silly but it happens all the time - a buyer will walk into a home and comment "I don't like this at (1 comments)
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