It's important to have your financing in order before submitting an offer. One of the most important documents to have prepared is your pre-approval letter. For more information about financing your home, contact our mortgage center.
Purchase & Sale Agreement
Once the seller accepts your offer, you’ll enter into a contract known as a purchase & sale agreement. This agreement outlines the specific terms and conditions of the transaction, which both you and the seller must agree to.
Once you reach mutual acceptance, a home inspector will thoroughly inspect the property to determine its condition. They will then compile a comprehensive report outlining their findings. As a buyer, this is your opportunity to negotiate with the seller to cover the costs of certain repairs.
Both buyers and sellers need proper representation during the buying process. We have years of successfully negotiating on our client's behalf. Our team can negotiate anything from your sales price to concession and financing.
You will receive a report outlining the history of the property.
After you agree on a closing date, you will enter escrow. This is when outside parties enter into the deal to ensure all aspects of the transaction are complete. We assist in the coordination of escrow forms and track their progress until completion.
Congratulations, you made it to closing! Your agent will record all transaction documents, and both parties must pay settlement fees. You are now the legal owner of your home!