Mallory Martin Living Real Estate Team will guide you through the entire complex process at no expense to you! We encourage you to contact us to better discuss our buyer broker services and how we can best serve your Real Estate needs.
We will provide expert representation and support every step of the way.
Many Buyers think they have to pay a fee to a Real Estate agent who helps them search & purchase a new home, but the truth is the Seller pays the total commission. Realtors also...
Find title issues
Provide seller disclosures
Negotiate on your behalf
ALL IN FOR YOU!
Mallory & Melanie will guide you through the entire complex process at no expense to you! We encourage you to contact
us to meet in person to better discuss our buyer broker services and how we can best serve your Real Estate needs.
Buyer's Agent: Representing you and your interests through the buying process
Listing Agent: Representing the Seller's interests
Title Company: Handling the deed of the property and provides property history
Escrow Company: Handling the closing process, ensuring all costs are paid and documents are signed.
Lender: If you are financing, the lender funds the buying of your home. This can be a bank or mortgage company.
A visual examination of the readily accessible systems and components of a home performed by a licensed inspector. A report outlining the condition of the home. Paid by the Buyer and estimated cost between $250-500.
Why get one?
Eliminates buyer's remorse
Identifies major and minor deficiencies
Positions you to re-negotiate for repairs
The value of the home in the eyes of the lender. Appraiser looks a the subject property and compares to similar homes in the neighborhood to assess value.
Who Pays for it & when?
The Buyer pays for the appraisal during the loan processing and estimated costs is between $400-800 depending on the lender.
Half of the Escrow fee
Pro-rated property taxes
Any HOA dues/fees