Count on Finish Line Real Estate When You Buy a Home
Buying a home should be a thrilling adventure and exciting opportunity. People rely on Finish Line Real Estate for their home buying needs because purchasing a home does not have to be difficult or frustrating process.
When buying any type of real estate it is always a good idea to work with a seasoned and experienced Real Estate agent. Even if you have bought and sold homes in the past it is still a good idea to work with a real estate agent.
Working with a real estate agent when buying a home is free. Their services are completely free regardless of how much time you spend with your agent. The value a good real estate agent brings to the table will save you valuable time and money.
At Finish Line Real Estate, we will help you avoid costly mistakes. We provide information and share important options to assure that you make the right choices when searching for and making an offer on a home. The real estate market changes often. New rules, laws and regulations are constantly emerging. Your Realtor will provide sound advice as you conduct your home search.
Finish Line Real Estate Clients Enjoy:
Experience – Our experienced agents will help you every step of the way.
Unwavering customer service – We keeping the lines of communication open, answering all of your questions in a timely manner. Your needs are our #1 priority!
A no-pressure sales approach – Buying a house is a major decision, and one we believe you should never be pressured into. We will never treat you like a salesperson would. We simply provide recommendations and allow you to make a decision.
Sincere Analysis – We want you to make a smart purchasing decision, even if it means it takes us longer to find your perfect house. If a home has a flaw, or is overpriced, we will include these facts in our analysis and help you work out a solution.
No stone left unturned – A successful real estate transaction often boils down to a combination of many important details. We take pride in our service and work hard to be detail-oriented and thorough.
Complete honesty – The realtor-buyer relationship is very delicate and requires trust. We strive to be completely honest, ethical and straightforward with you to earn and maintain a trusting worthy working relationship.
First-time buyer friendly – Unfamiliar with the home buying process? We are glad to work at your pace, explain any unfamiliar aspects of real estate, and provide all of the information you need regarding the process and what you may expect.
Negotiation Expertise – Negotiations are a crucial element of any real estate transaction.We have the negotiation experience and skills to represent your best interests and negotiate a deal that works for you.
We Work with All Types of Sellers – Whether your dream home is bank owned, HUD owned, being sold by an investor, traditional sale, or part of a short sale, we have the knowledge and expertise on each of these selling procedures. Each has its own intricate requirements, and we can help you navigate through them all.
Services that are never subcontracted – Many times realtors draw in customers with their impressive training and expertise, only to have the client passed along to a less experienced broker or agent. When you work with an agent at Finish Line Real Estate, you will be personally assisted throughout your entire transaction.
It’s Important to Get Pre-Approved Before Conducting Your Home Search
- You know exactly how much you can borrow. When you know how much you can borrow it helps you to narrow down your search to homes that you can afford, therefore keeping your budget and expectations in line.
- Sellers are unlikely to entertain an offer without a buyer pre-approval letter.
- You could miss out on an ideal home. If you shop for a home without a loan pre-approval letter it is quite likely you will find an ideal home for you and your family. The problem is that you will have to wait to make an offer because you need to get approved for a loan first. In the meantime, the home could have an accepted offer by the time you get approved, leading to disappointment and loss of time.