Q…How do I find the Right REALTOR®?
A…A individual or team that has experience, and who looks after your best interest not theirs. Also someone who has local knowledge of the area which is the key in knowing if that REALTOR® is the right fit for you. Interview them and always ask questions.
Q…Do I need to get Pre-approved with a lender before going out and begin the process of looking at homes?
A…A good REALTOR® will only take a well qualified client out to look at homes. Why waist your time and Realtors time if you don’t know how much you qulify for in a home.
Q…How long should it take to find a home?
A…After your REALTOR® narrows down your search criteria, you should only be looking at homes that meet your criteria, most of the time this process should take no more than a few days to find the right home.
Q…How long does it take to close and move into a home?
A…Once you find your dream home, you will submit an offer to the seller, once accepted then you do an inspection on that home. Once you are through the inspection process, your loan conditions will need to be met, including the home needing to appraise either at value or above. The offer to close process can take up to 60 days and as short as 1 week if it’s a cash deal.
Q…How do Short Sales work when making an offer on one?
A…Short Sales are not short by all means. A short sale can take anywhere form 60 days to 9 Months or longer, we are at the mercy of the lender.
If you have any other questions please feel free to contact George or Rebecca Nehme at firstname.lastname@example.org
Definitions of Brokerage Relationships
• A seller’s agent works solely on behalf of the seller and owes duties to the seller, which includes the utmost good faith, loyalty and fidelity.
• The agent will negotiate on behalf of and act as an advocate for the seller.
• The agent must disclose to potential buyers or tenants all adverse material facts about the property actually known by the broker.
• A separate written listing agreement is required which sets forth the duties and obligations of the broker and the client.
• A buyer’s agent works solely on behalf of the buyer and owes duties to the buyer, which includes the utmost good faith, loyalty and fidelity.
• The agent will negotiate on behalf of and act as an advocate for the buyer.
• The agent must disclose to potential sellers all adverse material facts concerning the buyer’s financial ability to perform the terms of the transaction and whether the buyer intends to occupy the property.
• A separate written buyer agency agreement is required which sets forth the duties and obligations of the broker and the client.
• A transaction-broker assists the buyer or seller or both throughout the real estate transaction with communication, advice, negotiation, contracting and closing without being an agent or advocate for any of the parties.
• A transaction-broker must use reasonable skill and care in the performance of any oral or written agreement, and must make the same disclosures as agents about adverse material facts concerning a property or a buyer’s financial ability to perform the terms of a transaction and whether the buyer intends to occupy the property.
• No written agreement is required.
• A customer is a party to a real estate transaction with whom the broker has no brokerage relationship because such party has not engaged or employed the broker, either as the party’s agent or as the party’s transaction-broker.
• A client is a party to a real estate transaction with whom the broker has a brokerage relationship because such party has engaged or employed the broker as either an agent or a transaction-broker.
These are the types of brokerage relationships as recognized by the agents The Platinum Group Realtors, and approved by theColoradoReal Estate Commission.
The Nehme Team, George & Rebecca Nehme- (719) 491-1837 or (719) 963-1622
E-Mail: email@example.com – Broker Associates with The Platinum Group Realtor®