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Buying a home in the mountains is a big step! We know that it is a major life decision and a major financial investment. As a team of local experts we can guide you through the process.
First set a budget. Next make a wish list of exactly what you want in your place in the mountains. The more specific the better. For instance, how many number of bedrooms, style of home (traditional vs. cabin), must have mountain views or prefer lakefront home.
As your buying agent, we can help streamline the process of buying a home and make it easier for you. We have aligned top professionals in the industry, and once an offer has been accepted, we will personally help facilitate the process to close on the home. By working closely with mortgage brokers, title and escrow companies, home inspectors, and home warranty companies we will provide you with the best service possible!
From your initial search to the moment you get the keys to your new mountain home, we will be there, guiding you through the process.
Whether you've done it before or not, the challenge of buying a home can be daunting. Use this information, and the rest of the material in our complete homebuyer guide to work through the complex process of getting started, budgeting for a home, finding one, checking it out, and learning buying's key concepts. Read our guide!
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Our goal is to get you to the closing table with keys in your hand and smiles on your faces! Call us today to discuss your specific needs.
We don't need to tell you that buying a home can be stressful. Our team of Real Estate Experts believes that a lot of this stress can be reduced or eliminated with some simple information explaining the complex real estate process. That's why we provide the information on this website free of charge. Check out our free reports below.
However, if you have a question or concern that you can't find an answer for here, we still want to help. Just give us a call (828) 557-9139.
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Whether you're trading up to a larger home or looking to buy for the very first time, in order to accurately calculate what you can afford, you need to factor in the extra costs - on top of the purchase price - that come along with the purchase of a home. Some of these costs represent an ongoing monthly or yearly commitment. Others are one-time fixed payments. Not all extra costs will apply in every situation, but knowledge is power. It's better to be aware of all possible extra charges ahead of time so you can budget properly.
|9 Common Buyer Traps BEFORE Buying a Home
Every year, thousands of homebuyers make common and costly mistakes which result in them either losing their dream home to another buyer, trapping them into paying too much for the home they want or, worse, buying the wrong home for their needs. You can steer clear of these common traps by following a systemized approach to the home buying process that will allow you to not only find and buy the house that’s best for you, but also save money when you buy.
|Fixer Uppers: Myths and Facts - What You Must Know Before You Buy
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