Whether you are buying your first home or your dream home, the Justin Kitsch Group is here to guide you through each step of the home-buying process. Our #1 goal is to make sure you find a home you love.
Our client-centered, full-service approach includes identifying properties, advising on offer strategy, managing contingency timelines, and coordinating with the settlement company. Our network of lenders, inspectors, title companies, and other vendors make the buying process as seamless as can be.
Buying a home, especially for the first time, can be stressful. There are terms to master, skills to learn, strategies to grasp, and competitors to outmaneuver. These home buying tips can help you capitalize on strengths and win you a home that you love.
Your home is likely the biggest investment you will ever make. To make sure the transaction goes smoothly, choose the right agent to represent you. Do you feel comfortable with their personality and experience? Do they know the areas you are interested in? Can they advise on current market conditions and advise you on what it takes to put together a winning offer? Contact us today for a no-hassle, private consultation about our buyer-agent services.
There is nothing more frustrating than finding the perfect home only to discover that it is out of your price range. Speak with a reputable lender first to learn about the different financing options available to you. Then, get your pre-approval fully in place so you will be ready when the time comes. In today’s competitive market time is of the essence.
To determine what you can afford a lender will use your debt-to-income ratio. Your debt ratio will include: monthly housing costs, car payments, credit cards, student loans, and any other installment debt. If you should take on more debt prior to buying a home the size of the loan will be affected.
In order to make an informed decision, you will need to know what properties are available. Our searchable database of listings, emailed directly to you, will keep you informed and up to date. Once you find properties you like save those searches and sign up for property watch to stay on top of new listings as they are added. Please keep in mind that the best homes tend to move quickly.
A home inspection is an inexpensive way to know more about the condition of a home. It is important to conduct a home inspection in order to avoid the costly mistake of purchasing a property in need of major repairs. The issues that are discovered during the inspection will determine whether or not the home buyer should proceed and or serve as the basis to have the seller make repairs or provide a credit.