Buying a Home
Buying a home can be one of your most significant investments in life. Not only are you choosing your dwelling place, and the place in which you will bring up your family, you are most likely investing a large portion of your assets into this venture. The more prepared you are at the outset, the less overwhelming and chaotic the buying process will be. The goal of this page is to provide you with detailed information to assist you in making an intelligent and informed decision. Remember, if you have any questions about the process, we're only a phone call or email away!
f we find a buyer for your home orÂ you sell your own home, you only pay the low upfront fee.
If a "buyer's agent" brings you a buyer, pay that agent a commission.
With us, you will work directly with a licensed Realtor / Broker to list your home in your local MLS (Multiple Listing Service) and REALTOR.comÂ® for a one-time low upfront fee.Â We are not a "give me your money" and we'll put you on the MLS kind of company!Â We partner with you, forming a "home selling" team; we do all those things that require a license, but at a greatly reduced fee.
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An estoppel letter is typically used in a transfer or conveyance of real property before the Closing transaction. It is a document sent to a bank (or other lender), to a homeowners' association (or condo association), to a city/municipality, or a tenant requesting a payoff of a mortgage, assessments or taxes due, or rental amounts due on a lease, to incorporate these amounts into the Settlement Statement for the buyer and seller of the real estate. All assessments and payments due must be incorporated into the amounts due at Closing and paid at the time of the Closing. Some amounts may be pro-rated, but all must be included in the Settlement Statement. The estoppel letter facilitates this process.