Why not use an agent? It costs you nothing. The agent is paid via the seller, unless otherwise specified in the listing. You gain the knowlèdge of a real estate professional to take you from the offer to the closing and handle all of the paperwork. By all means, use an agent!
Hi! I am a mortgage banker in Wethersfield. I help people like yourself to buy homes with little or no money down. Call me if you would like to schedule an appointment. Lisa Long 860-995-3513 cell... more
The first step would be to speak to a mortgage officer to see what kind of a mortgage payment you can comfortable afford. (Call or email me for a list of preferred mortgage specialists.)
Once the mortgage specialist qualifies you, I will send you an email with all of the houses in that price range that meet your criteria.
Next, we would meet for a free no obligation consultation where I will go over the home buying process with you from A-Z. I will describe how all professionals fit into the process (attorneys, home inspectors, realtors, appraisers), your rights as a buyer under state law and my obligations to you as a realtor.
If you decide to work with me, we will start looking at houses.
BTW: below is a link to a home I'm listing which may work for a 1st time home buyer. What do you think?... more
The answer below is correct. Did you ask your Buyer Agent to ask the Broker of their office to contact the Seller's Agent's Broker? You said you contacted the Seller's Broker. See if the Broker representing your buyer rights could speak with the other agency Broker. It would carry a bit more weight. From there, the Broker could help you with the complaint to the agency mentioned below.
These are desparate times for many and Ethics complaints have increased in comparison to past years.
Many are crossing lines.
If you are a first time home buyer, I understand your frustration since the date to qualify for the credit is April 30th and you do need to be in contract by that date.
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Hi, there are 107 single family homes on the market, this does not include condos. Of the 107, 16 are under contract. there are 46 homes priced between 150-250K; 33 are in the 250-350 price range; 19 are in the 350 to 450K price range; and the last 7 are 350-600K. I hope this helps you. If you have any other questions, please let me know I am happy to talk to you about the market and trends. 860-202-6145... more