Mistakes to Avoid When Making an Offer on a Home
While it may sound easy, making an offer on a home is a very detailed and sophisticated process. Do the right things when making an offer and you can put yourself on the path to homeownership. Step the wrong way and you could lose a potential dream home. The Tampa seller agents/South Florida seller agents/Orlando seller agents and buyers agents at One Percent Guys Full Service Real Estate Pros have extensive experience with helping buyers make offers and advising sellers what offers to take and which ones to turn down. Our next series of articles will cover some mistakes to avoid when making an offer on a home.
Not Getting Pre-Approved
The first thing you should do when entering the market for a new home is get pre-approved for a loan. This not only helps you know your maximum price range, but a loan pre-approval letter is attractive to sellers. Not getting pre-approved for a loan may result in you making an offer on a home you will not be approved to purchase. You also could have your offer rejected in favor of someone who does have a pre-approval letter.
Going it Alone
Making an offer on a home without the guidance and advice of a real estate agent can be risky. Real estate agents have the knowledge and experience to help you negotiate an offer and outline contingencies that meet your goals and objectives.
Our next article will cover more mistakes to avoid when making an offer on a home.
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