13 Things Buyers Need To Know In A Seller's Market
Here in Northern Utah, it is a definitely a seller's market right now. The inventory of homes for sale are low. This leaves many home buyers waiting and watching for the right home to pop up on the market. When that home does come on the market it is turning into a multiple offer frenzy. When this happens, it leaves many home buyers discouraged that they didn't win the bidding war. Even more often, the home buyer didn't get a chance to write the offer at all because they were not prepared to make an offer. If you want to ensure that you get the home that you want, you have got to be prepared. I have put together thirteen things you should know in a seller's market, to hopefully help you get your offer
With so many individuals getting their real estate license, it can be difficult to know if you have found yourself a good real estate agent. Many real estate agents get their license and find themselves on their own in a brokerage with no training to figure out the real estate game. Do you want to be the practice run for that real estate agent representing you? In this article, you will find some tips on how to choose the right real estate agent for you for both buying and selling. Read on if you are interested in some tips to finding the best real estate agent for you.
FIND A LOCAL REAL ESTATE AGENT
Who would know the area you are looking to buy or sell in better than a local real estate agent? It's definitely not the agent in the next
"What is earnest money when buying a home?" This question is very common for first-time home buyers. Not only have I been asked this question by the first-timers, but I have been asked by home sellers as well. Most likely it's because they had forgotten they, too, had to hand over earnest money when they bought their home. Earnest money is important to both the home buyer and the home seller. In this article, you will find out what earnest money is, as well as how to protect it. Read on to be fully educated about what earnest money is when buying a home.
I love working with first time home buyers in Utah. Being their guide through the entire home buying process is a great feeling. It makes my knowledge of the home buying process the most useful. Don't get me wrong - I love working with move-up buyers, downsize buyers, and relocation buyers as well. However, they don't need quite the same guidance that a first time home buyer does.
With that being said, let's get to the 5 things every first time home buyer in Utah should know...
You must know what price of a home you can afford before you start looking. Most first time home buyers in Utah start their search online. Go ahead and browse to see what is out there, but