Home Buyer Services
Step 1 is ALWAYS check with a lender to detemine how much home you can afford!
I can provide a list of lenders I work with regularly, they will collect the information they need to perform a credit inquiry and verify all of the information necessary to determine your purchasing power.
We will discuss that information, determine what monthly payment you are comfortable with and look for homes in the price range that suits your needs.
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We then move to the buying process
You will have access to my First Weber search engine which syncs with our Mulitple Listing System every 15 minutes. This gives you the opportunity to see what is new as soon as it hits the market. You will also be able to see when homes get offers and when they close.
We will look at market information, homes that are currently for sale, have offers waiting to close, homes that have recently sold and homes that have failed to sell.
This let's us know what other buyers are considering paying, what they have paid and what they refused to pay.
As we look at each home we will gauge them accordingly.
Feedback is essential. Specific comments will help both you and I determine when a home meets your needs and what price is acceptable.
After an offer is written, I will contact the listing agent who will present your offer to the sellers.
The sellers have the following alternatives:
Once the offer is accepted, I will notify you immediately.
Once your offer is accepted a timeline of contingencies begins
Each offer contains specific dates that you will become contractually obligated to once the offer is accepted. You will receive and email with those contingency obligations and deadlines once your offer is accepted. We will work together with the proper service providers to make sure those dates and conditions are met.
Once those contingencies are met, we are allowed to schedule closing.
Once your loan is approved, the time and place for closing, as agreed upon in the offer, will be scheduled.
Wisconsin Agency Law Provides for Different Types of Relationships Between Buyer and REALTOR®
In the traditional buying process, a real estate agent working with a buyer without a Buyer Agency contract is, by law, working as an agent of the seller. An agent working without a Buyer Agency contract must still be fair in his/her dealings, but is prohibited by law from giving the buyer critical advice such as a professional opinion of a price or in suggesting negotiation strategies.
Buyer Representation was created in response to buyers’ desires to have agents work in their best interests as opposed to the sellers’ best interests. First Weber was one of the first brokerages to embrace buyer agency and First Weber agents are encouraged to work as Buyer Agents for buyers if at all possible.
With Designated Agency, a buyer under Buyer Agency with a broker continues to receive full client services even when purchasing a property listed with another agent in the same brokerage. First Weber Group, as a full service broker to both buyers and sellers, offers Designated Agency to better serve both buyers and sellers.
At Prosperity Home Mortgage, LLC, we strive to create an extraordinary experience through the efforts of knowledgeable and caring mortgage professionals where relationships are valued, and the focus is on treating every client as if they were the only client.
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