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Re/Max Concierge Realty Real State Agency in Weston, FL

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IN WESTON, FL

Buying a Home in Weston, FL

At RE/MAX Concierge Realty®, it is our goal to make the home buying experience as smooth and stress free as possible.  We are experts in the area and once we understand your wants and needs, finding your dream home is simple.

Re/Max Concierge Realty Real State Agency in Weston, FL

Ask yourself a few questions before you begin your search:

  • Are there specific communities that you are interested in live in?  
  • What do you need in a home?  Do you care about the style of the home?
  • Do you need a large yard or bonus space for a home office?
  • Do you entertain friends and family on a regular basis?  What type of space is important for entertaining?  Inside?  Outside?  Or both?
  • Do you want a pool, gated community, location close to a particular school?
  • What can you afford to purchase?

Searching for your dream home can be a time-consuming experience. Working with our professional team at RE/MAX Concierge will make the process much more efficient!

First Time Home Buyers

You have decided to take the leap and make an investment in your first home.  It is an exciting time and Aspire Real Estate Group is honored to assist you through the process! 

When buying your first home, here are some things you may want to consider:

  • Meet with a lender first.  Get a pre-approval and know what you can afford.
  • Make a list of the things you want and need in a home.  Decide on the number of bedrooms and bathrooms, size of the yard, and the location. Consider the type of finishes you would like, such as hardwood floors or granite countertops.  Remember that you may not be able to get everything on your list.  Some items you may be able to add to the home later.
  • Use the right tools.  In this day and age, buyers are turning to websites and apps to locate properties more than ever before.  These resources will help you narrow down your search with the help of a real estate professional.  Simply driving around can help you determine the area and neighborhood that you would like to live in.
  • Visualize.  Many homes are not staged.  Keep in mind that paint and wallpaper can be changed relatively easy.  Visualizing the property empty may help you see how you will live in the space.  

 Don’t get overwhelmed!  Eiglarsh Team will be here with you the entire way. We will help you find the property in South Florida  that fits your needs!

Please email or call us to get started today!

When Making an Offer

First and foremost, get pre-approved with a lender.  This puts the seller at ease when negotiating an offer.  In addition, this communication with the lender will help you determine what you can afford and what monthly payment you’re comfortable with. 

Once you find the property you have been looking for, it’s time to make an offer!

When selling a property, the seller is obligated to disclose any known defects in the home.  However, here are several questions you may want to ask the seller before submitting an offer.

1) Why is the seller selling?  The seller may be wanting to upgrade or downsize.  There may be something they don’t like about the property. Maybe their needs have changed since purchasing the home.  In some cases, their reason for selling may help you decide what to offer.

2) What did the seller originally pay for the property? Your real estate professional should have access to this information through the PVA.  However, remember that what they paid for the property was influenced by market conditions and the condition of the home at that time.

3) Are there problematic neighbors or other nuisances?  The seller may not want to share information about noisy neighbors, air traffic, road noise, annoying dogs, etc. Sellers do share these details sometimes so it’s a good idea to ask. We recommend visiting the area at different times of the day to experience these elements for yourself.

6) How are the schools in the area? This may not be a question the seller can answer.  If they can’t, Great Schools is a helpful resource where you can find more insight.