Denise Woods, Both Buyer and Seller in Fraser, MI

If interested in property, what is next step? Can house be viewed? How do i check relevant title documents?

Asked by Denise Woods, Fraser, MI Thu Apr 30, 2009

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Denise Woods,
Your question is a very good one that many individuals ask everyday. If you are interested in a property that is offered for sale there are two things you can do.
1. Call the listing agent or real estate office that has the listing and I am sure that they would be happy to take you to preview the home.
2. You can, and I suggest that you call a Realtor, or two, find one that you can be comfortable with and have him/her work with you to help you with your real estate requirements an/or needs.
My wife and I would be more than happy to talk with you with the possibility of assisting you for both your buying and selling requirments.
Good Luck
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Hi Denise,

I would Love to represent you as a Buyers Agent. Give me a call so we may discuss the home you have an interest in and we will set up an appointment to go view it. If you do not have a home in mind yet I can set you up an account to view all the Homes listed on the MLS in the area's you are Interested in. We can also discuss in detail about clear title and other information about the home. I will dig up All Info I can, what they paid for home, who owns it, Current mortgage's etc. Looking forward to your call. 586-822-7979
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Denise,
You should contact a buyer's agent in your area, so they can set up an appointment for you. The listing agent will be loyal to the seller, so you need to make sure your interests are protected. Once you find a home you want to purchase the title company will review all title documents and issue title insurance in the event any problems are over looked. It is not necessary for you to worry about title issues since the title company is paid to handle that aspect of the transaction. Your agent can recommend a reputable title company if the buyer selects the title company in your area.
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