As the real estate market continues to make steady improvements, more and more buyers are beginning to start looking for a new home again. A lot of them are jumping onto the market, emailing and talking to the listing agent of the property. But what most people don’t know is that the listing agent isn’t working in your favor. They are working for the seller (i.e. homeowner). What you need is a representative that will work for your needs: A Buyer’s Agent. Below, you can catch a quick video on why you need a buyer’s agent or you can read a brief synopsis on the topic.
A Buyer’s Agent will…
Help Protect You
Not a lot of people truly understand the real estate process, nor do they understand the intricacies that go into buying a house. A real estate agent will be your go-to expert on everything home related. They know the processes involved and they know the appropriate timelines for accomplishing certain tasks. But more importantly, they understand the contracts involved in buying a house. They will know what contingencies need to be incorporated for your situation. These scenarios could range from financial situations to events after moving in. That’s why the E4Realty Group offers several buyer programs like the Love It or Leave It program and a Free Home Warranty. We want you to be protected in your purchase and feeling happy about your decision.
Build Your Real Estate Team
When we talk about “Your Real Estate Team,” we mean all the other parties that are involved in finalizing your home purchase, such as the mortgage lender, home inspector, title serviceman, etc. As you start your home search and make an offer on a home you like, you’re going to need various people to help settle all the paperwork (for transferring ownership and payment). And with many lenders, inspectors, and other parties, it can become difficult to keep up with all the different things you need. With the E4Realty Group, we can provide you with contacts or help you manage your “team” of home services. Essentially, we’ll build your team of lenders and inspectors, so you can spend more time planning your move.
For More Information on Buying a House
If you’d like to learn more about purchasing a property in the Northern Virginia area, please don’t hesitate to contact us or visit our Home Buying Portal (for tons of more information on the process).