Real Estate

Today’s home buyers or sellers have a greater variety of tools at their disposal to aid them in their home search or in their home sale than did the buyers and sellers of the 1980’s and early 1990’s. Technological advancements have made it possible for buyers to have vast amounts of information about their preferred living area. In addition, they are able to view homes for sale in that particular region with a click of their mouse. Technology has also allowed home sellers to market their homes to many more prospective buyers and it has also allowed them to view their competition in the home selling market from the comfort of their own home. Given these facts, it would seem logical that the act of buying or selling a house could be done by anyone over the age of eighteen with very little time or effort involved. However, the home buying process unfortunately is not as simple as point, click, then buy a pretty house. The home selling process also is not as easy as sticking a sign in the front yard and magically getting more money for it than you are asking.

In order for most real estate transactions to take place properly (lawfully), quickly, and efficiently with the most satisfaction obtained for all concerned parties, most often there needs to be a team of professionals who provide services and knowledge of the laws, etc. to the sellers and buyers involved in the transaction.

This team of professionals usually consists of part or all of the following:

  • Listing Broker
  • Selling Broker
  • Mortgage Lender
  • Listing Agent
  • Selling (Buyers) Agent
  • Closing Attorney
  • Home Inspector

Use the navigation to the left to explore each of these members in the term of professionals to learn more about their role in your real estate transactions.

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