Buck & Associates understands that buying a home is one of the greatest financial and emotional investments you will make. Your first step is to gain an understanding of some of the important strategies needed for finding your ideal home. We advise you on the neighborhoods, market seasonality and conditions, and an analysis of recent comparable sales which all factor into an offer and acceptance strategy. We know you have many things to consider during a real estate transaction, and we want to make your journey to closing day as stress-free as possible.
Buying Your Home with Buck & Associates
Our experience in the Arlington market makes anything possible.
Meet with a Buck Associate to discuss your needs and wants for your new home and the home buying process.
Initial conversation with lender to discuss mortgage loan options that fit your need.
Online Inventory Search
Utilize online search tools to familiarize yourself with current inventory and preferred neighborhoods. Choose top properties to tour in person.
Begin the process of touring homes to see how they fit your needs and requirements. Educate yourself and your Buck Associate about your likes and dislikes regarding each toured property.
Upon finding your home of choice, your Buck Associate will walk you through the contract offer procedure and will negotiate contract terms on your behalf.
Spend time with the home inspector learning about your new home, review condition of systems and negotiate any needed repairs.
Ratified Contract on a Home
Mortgage: Gather needed documents and lock-in your interest rate.
Contingencies: Contract contingencies include appraisal, financing, home inspection and more.
Title Company: Contact information and preferred way of holding title.
Walk-Through: The day of settlement, you will conduct a final walk-through of the property with your agent.
Settlement: Meet with the title company to review and sign documents to transfer ownership.
Congratulations! Upon a completed settlement, you get your keys to move into your new home.
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