Great Lakes NY Real Estate will help you find the home that is just right for you - not just for now, but for years to come.
Buying real estate can be stressful and complex. We'll make it simple for you. We have all the necessary skills, experience and connections.
Our clients are special and that's how we treat each of them. Most of our business comes from past clients and referrals. We don't measure our success by sales awards but by the relationships we build.
Our promise to you is quality service, integrity and professionalism.
Five Steps to Success!
Step 1 - Choose a RealtorŪ
An experienced Great Lakes NY Real Estate RealtorŪ is ready to help you find the perfect home - at the best terms - with the least amount of hassle.
Smart buyers have their RealtorŪ represent them as a Buyers' Agent. It costs you nothing and your Buyer's Agent works exclusively for you to get the best possible deal. Call 593-1181 to find out how.
Step 2 - Get Pre-Approved
Don't be disappointed and waste time by looking at homes you can't afford. Having a pre-approval also makes you more creditable in the eyes of sellers.
Get pre-qualified by a local lender that you can meet with face-to-face. We can help you find one - just ask.
You should also be thinking about how much down payment you can make. You will get a better interest rate and have lower closing expenses if you put a larger amount down. Your lender can give you specifics.
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Step 4 - Make Your Offer
Your Great Lakes NY RealtorŪ will help you write a purchase offer and negotiate the best deal for you with the best terms. Remember that price isn't all that's important.
Step 5 - Get Attorney Representation
We recommend that you have your own attorney to review the legal documents and represent you at closing. If you don't have an attorney, we can help you find one. Bank attorneys have the bank's interest in mind - not yours!