Buyer’s Guide

Buying a home is probably the largest investment you will make in your lifetime. It can be daunting, whether you’ve bought a home before or if this is your first time. There are a number of moving parts and each purchase is unique, however, there are several consistent steps each buyer takes.

The very first step in buying a home is to hire a Buyer’s Agent. When you are ready to begin the process, contact me. I am an Accredited Buyer’s Agent educated and trained to negotiate pricing and terms on your behalf to get you the best deal possible. I am a former teacher and will explain the process and be with you every step of the way.

Please contact me for more information or any questions you may have. Or schedule your Buyer Consultation today.

What Do I Do For You?


  • Connect you with a mortgage professional with the best programs for you
  • Help you through the pre-approval process
  • Help you understand the loan programs that work with you

Home Search

  • Consult with you on what you need in a home
  • Search available homes that fit your criteria
  • Schedule showings of the homes
  • Provide new listings as they become available

Making an Offer

  • Help you compare the homes we saw and make a final decision
  • Run a Comparative Market Analysis on comparable properties to make sure you are making an educated offer in regards to pricing
  • Help you with other terms and stipulations of an offer
  • Complete the offer contract and peripheral documents to present a complete offer package


  • Presenting the offer to the seller
  • Help you understand the negotiations and advise the best route
  • Communicating with all parties to come to an agreement

Inspections and Coordination

  • Advise and supervise on inspectors and inspections
  • Coordinate with attorneys for closing times
  • Coordinate repairs or other stipulations for closing
  • Provide information regarding Utility Connections


  • Schedule and assist with final walk-thru
  • Resolve any last-minute issues
  • Accompany you at the closing to be on hand to answer any questions that may come up
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