I know that you have received many responses, but I would be more than happy to assist you. You can check out my referral letters at http://www.kbsells.com/lindsaysierens.asp. I have been voted best in client satisfaction for the past two years, so i promise you will have a good experience.
Feel free to call me at your convenience and we can discuss the next steps.
The KC Program has its guidelines for the first time home-buyers. Go to their site: http://www.kcmo.org/planning.nsf/web/kcdream
I am not from your area, however; communication is universal in home buying.
Best of luck and feel free to contact me if you have questions.
Linda Connors, ABR
David Van Noy Jr
I am so sorry you had horrible experience in your search to find a home. I would be happy to talk with you about what your needs and wants are in a home along with what your expectations are for a Real Estate Agent. I specialize in just helping buyers so I am 100% focused and committed through the entire process. Please feel free to email or call me at your convienence. I look forward to the opportunity to assist you from this point on.
Thanks so much,
Keller Williams Northland
Hope the prospective homebuyer finds them helpful as well!!
Krisan in KC
Perhaps this might help? The second URL is for lenders - but they may also know or be able to recommend a realtor for you. Personally, I like Wells Fargo.
Participating Lenders: http://www.kcmo.org/planning.nsf/web/kcdream2
To be honest, I haven't personally worked with anyone ont he KC Dream Program. I have worked with first time buyers quite a bit in my 10 years of selling houses in KC, and other than North of the River, know all the areas fairly well.
I am willing to do research- and in the past, when someone has their mind set on one financing path(whatever it is) what I find out in my research, often is enlightening. My goal is to provide infornation(the good, bad, and ugly) and help my first time buyers make an INFORMED decision.
If I can help, Let me know!
Coldwell Banker All American