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Modern Villa


Looking to buy a home? Whether it's your first or next place, finding the right home is paramount. From a condo, townhome, single family home, or a mansion, there's something for everyone. Let me help you find your dream home. I’m here to make the process easy for you.

Our Buying Process

1. Consultation

We start by understanding your requirements, budget, and timeline during an initial consultation.

3. Property Search

Begin looking for properties that match your criteria, using both our resources and online listings.

5. Inspection

Get a comprehensive assessment of the property's condition to identify any potential issues or concerns.

7. Closing

Get an evaluation conducted by a licensed appraiser to determine the fair market value of a property.

2. Pre-approval

Choose a lender, gather  financial documents, and complete the qualification process to determine loan eligibility.

4. Offer 

Make an offer on a chosen property,  negotiating terms with the seller.

6. Appraisal

Get an evaluation conducted by a licensed appraiser to determine the fair market value of a property.

8. After-Sales Support

Even after the sale is complete, we're here to provide ongoing support and assistance as you settle into your new home.

Thank you for reaching out about buying a home. We’ll be in touch soon to discuss your preferences further.

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Homebuyer Resources

What is the difference between pre-qualification and pre-approval?

Answer: Pre-qualification is an initial step in the mortgage process where a lender evaluates your financial information based on self-reported data provided by you. This typically includes details such as your income, assets, debts, and credit score. Pre-approval, on the other hand, is a more thorough process. The lender conducts a comprehensive review of your financial documents to determine the exact amount they are willing to lend you. This involves submitting documentation such as pay stubs, W-2 forms, bank statements, and tax returns. The lender verifies your income, assets, employment history, and creditworthiness during this process. Once pre-approved, you'll receive a conditional commitment letter from the lender, specifying the loan amount for which you are approved. Pre-approval carries more weight than pre-qualification because it is based on verified financial information and demonstrates to sellers that you are a serious and qualified buyer.

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