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Best of luck!
The first thing you should do is to get pre-approved for a loan by visiting my website and filling out a complete application. (Or just give me a call.)
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You should hire an expert, a Real estate broker, who can approach your landlord with your best interests at heart. You will also need to have your financing in please, unless you are paying cash, and a good lender.
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Contact Bernard Duganzik with Key Mortgage 847 508 0190 he's a great mortgage guy
Contact Don Kiolbassa who is a lawyer and CPA. He's at 312 782 9035
You technically don't need a realtor. However, one will help you properly write an offer that protects your interests. A realtor will help you coordinate an inspection with qualified inspector. A realtor will work with your lender to help ensure a smooth transaction (meeting contingencies, scheduling appraisal, playing middle man between lender and lawyer). A realtor will be an extra set of eyes reviewing the process- your lawyer will help you but they aren't out in the field nor will one ever visit the property. A realtor will do research for you and advise you on whether or not you really are getting a fair price.
If you do not know how to handle any of the above you may be better served working with a realtor.
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Follow your feeling that something is not right and used a realtor
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