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What We Do For Buyers

1: Locate all suitable properties in your price range with no potential conflict of interest.
2: Set up appointments to suit your schedule.
3: Research the properties to find out what they previously sold for and if there are any liens or assessments.
4: Work up a comprehensive comparative market analysis.  This study will assist you in evaluating different properties and alternative courses of action to ensure you a competitive offering price.
5:Assist in comparing your mortgage costs with the different lenders. This will determine the most favorable loan for you.  
6: With your best interests in mind, prepare the purchase contracts, adding contingency clauses for your gain and protection.
7: Provide assistance in selecting qualified companies and individuals that may be necessary for property inspections and repairs estimates
8: Be with you every step of the way from contract negotiations, property inspections to closing.  Even after closing we help out by providing a list of service people that our past clients have used.
9: After going through the resale research and pricing you may find that it would be just as affordable to build a new house as it is to buy a resale property. As previously Tamure' will assist you and guide you through this process.

In New Home Construction.

Tamure real estate agents will
1: Show you an inventory of all the quality builders including their floor plans and prices.
2: Assist you in selecting a builder by doing a cost analysis comparing their costs verses their competitors.
3: Accompany you to different models and point out all of the features positive or negative.
4: Assist you in negotiations with the builder to assure you there are no hidden costs.
5: Provide you with a list of lawyers to chose from to go over the builders contract.

 


Consider an exclusive buyer-broker who will represent only you, not the sellers. Nonexclusive real-estate agents tend to show you their own listings first, since they won't have to share the commission if they represent both the buyer and the seller. Then they'll probably show you their firm's listings, since they stand to gain from those sales as well. It can help to search online first and target some homes that might be right for you, no matter who has the listing.!


The last thing you want to do is walk into an open house and start blabbing how much you can afford to the agent who has listed the house. That agent owes his or her allegiance to the seller and only the seller. If you're negotiating with a pro, you ought to have a pro in your corner, too.  Get an advocate on your side.  It's commonplace now for buyers to sign up their own agents to represent their interests in a deal. Look for a buyer's broker who will represent you and only you.