Kathy Hines / Broker
Keller Williams Dallas Preston
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Melissa Hailey - North Texas Top Team, Realtors
Coldwell Banker Jane Henry Realtors
You need to first talk to a lender to make sure that everything on your credit looks good and that you are a able and pre-qualify buyer.
Next step is start talking to local reatlors that you came across with and looking at different homes in the same subdivision in the area to get familiar with the area, price/sq ft and school.
It takes about 30 days from the day you put an offer in to get you into the new home. So you are not that far off if you want to have a new home before Christmas. You have to be start looking pretty actively. In average, It takes about 2-3 months.
Good luck with your home search and please feel free to visit my website at http://www.findyourtexashome.com/plano/
JP and Associate
Does he need to look at the home you buy or do you want to look together?
Probably best at this point if you want to look together is...
#1... Get prequalified with a lender.
#2... Start driving neighborhoods. See which ones you like and don't like.
#3... Start looking at homes online to see what you like and don't like ...and what prices are like.
Call me and we can get you started for example with a book about Your First Home.
Check out this link for more homes for sale in Plano:
I would suggest that you get in touch with a lender if you are planning to get a loan. If you don't have one, I can refer you to some. The next step is to see how much you qualify for and how much you are willing to pay. Then you can start searching for homes in that price range. Do you already have a specific area and/or school in mind? If not, I would suggest working with a local realtor who knows the area and can assist you with the whole process of purchasing a home. I specialized in North Dallas and would love to assist you and your husband. Feel free to call me at 469-371-2899 to discuss.
Susie Kay, RealtorÂ®
GRI, CHMS, SFR
United Real Estate
III Lincoln Centre, 5430 LBJ Freeway #280
Dallas, TX 78240
Servicing your real estate need is my priority!
I will take you to see this home and work with you to pre-screen other homes prior to your husband returning home. After he arrives we can revisit the homes you have chosen also look at additional homes.
Joe Barlow - Broker
Contact where we can go through a q & a session place you on the right track
Plano homes for sale Plano Tx
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Coldwell Banker, Apex Realtors
It's great that you want to get the ball rolling. The first thing I would suggest is finding a real estate agent to represent you as the buyer. If you use the listing agent she is limited in her abilities on the services she can provide you since she represents the sellers too. That's why I highly recommend finding a separate agent to be your representative.
I would recommend interviewing several agents to see their personalities and qualifications. Meeting people face to face is the best way to make your selection.
Next, I would get pre-qualified with a mortgage lender. You can do this while he is still out of the country since most allow you to start the process on line.
Once you finished these, have the agent you selected show you the home. Sometimes the pictures don't tell the whole story on line and it's easier to evaluate your wants and dislikes after you have seen the home in person.
Since many agents use an electronic signature program, working wit out of state and out of the country clients is easy. The only problem would be is at closing since lenders require a "wet signature" your husband would need to be present.
I would be honored to assist you in the process and represent you as your agent. Please feel free to text, email or call and I can further discuss your next steps and guide you towards a reputable mortgage company.
Ebby Halliday Realtors
Keller Williams Dallas & Park Cities
8201 Preston Road Suite 300
Dallas, Texas 75225
Another first step is to identify a professional Realtor to assist you in the home search and support you throughout the process. With pre-qualification and a good Realtor you are ready to start the home search. And with today's technology there are creative ways to involve your husband in the search from his remote location. If you find a home you are ready to purchase before he returns many title companies can provide a mobile closing and take the closing papers to him depending on his accessibility.
I would love to talk with you about your needs and have the opportunity to earn your business. I can also recommend a good mortgage lender to assist you with the pre-qualification.
Wishing you the best in your home search!