Choose the Right Agent
Set A Budget
Search for the Right Home
Make a list of the things you need to have in the house you buy. Ask yourself how many bedrooms and bathrooms you’ll need, how big you want the kitchen to be, if there’s an adequate number of closets and cabinet space and if the yard is big enough for your kids and/or pets to play in. Once you’ve made a list of your must-have’s, don’t forget to think about the kind of neighborhood you want, types of schools in the area, the length of your commute to and from work and the convenience of local shopping. Take into account your safety concerns as well as current home prices and appreciation trends in the area.
Make an Offer on the Home
Now that you’ve found the home you want, you have to make an offer. Most sellers price their homes a bit high, expecting that there will be negotiation involved. You will want the full resources of a buyer’s agent with Linton Hall, Realtors in your corner.
Getting started” usually does not mean that you are going to rush out today and purchase a house. Most buyers understand that purchasing a home is a “process,” not an “event.” We encourage our clients to begin their process as much as twelve months in advance of their anticipated move date. However, if you find that your timing is sooner than this, we can still assist you. It just means we have to work faster for you! If you are interested in investigating the possibilities of purchasing a home, please complete the following fields in order to investigate the next steps in your home purchasing process. There is no commitment, nor obligation while you are investigating this process further.