First, download our Buyer Checklist. This checklist contains the steps you need to follow to buy your dream home. Second, send us an email at email@example.com so we can set up a search set for you on the MLS and email you homes which fit your search criteria.\
Lastly, read our blog posts which detail each step of the real estate transaction for buyers.
Step 1: Find a Realtor
Step 2: Get Preapproved for a mortgage
Step 3: Find the home of your dreams
Step 4: Time for showings\
Step 5: Pick a Real Estate Attorney
Step 6: Make an offer
Step 7: Schedule the home inspection
Step 8: I have an accepted contract. Now what?
Step 9: Drop off your 1st earnest money check
Step 10: Give notice to your landlord (only applies to tenants who are currently renting)
Step 11: Don’t spend extra money
Step 12: What is the attorney review/inspection period?
Step 13: Gather fund for your 2nd earnest money payment
Step 14: Tips for attending the home inspection
Step 15: Read the inspection report
Step 16: Drop off the 2nd earnest money check
Step 17: The appraisal
Step 18: Set up homeowner’s insurance
Step 19: Get your down payment ready
Step 20: Secure your new home
Step 21: What is clear to close?
Step 22: Attend the walk through
Step 23: Wire transfer your down payment
Step 24: Attend the closing
Step 26: Wrapping things up
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