February 25, 2020 at 9:06am | Chris Adams



So you’re ready to buy a house and you found a realtor to help you through this amazing experience - great! Now, we want to give you an idea of what our first initial meeting together will look like and what to expect.


In our meeting, we are going to talk about:

  • What you're looking for in your new home

  • Things you can't live without

  • Things you can be flexible on

  • The local market

  • A financial plan

  • And the seven step process of purchasing a home

    • (We think it’s super important for you to know what this process looks like ahead of time so you feel knowledgeable and prepared!)

The first part of our meeting is to look into and become educated on the local market that you’re wanting to move to. This is important because we’re not here to just sell you a home, but rather provide you with all information possible and be able to help you through this process so you can make an educated decision for you and your family!


Next, we take a deep dive into the criteria worksheet. Here we'll decide things like how many bedrooms you need, how many bathrooms, the five things you can't live without in your new house and maybe some things we should avoid with a new house so we can really narrow in on our search for you.


Finally, we will end our meeting reviewing a financial plan with you. We want to make sure the house you’re looking into is also going to be financially rewarding for you. Our goal is for you to live a great and wonderful life with the purchase of this house!


We will also talk about the seven step process of purchasing a home. These are the next steps that will take you from our first meeting to moving into your new home! Check out our other blog post for more details on the full home buying process.


Now that you know what to expect in your first meeting, you can feel prepared and confident when talking with your realtor! 

  

Thanks for reading!

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