Did you know that at no cost to you, you can have a Landshark Realty agent represent your best interests when purchasing a home? The buyer’s agent commission is typically paid by the seller, therefore there is no cost out of your pocket for an agent that will look out for your best interests.
In a hot market, timing is key. A few hours, even a few minutes could mean missing out on the home of your dreams! Landshark Realty agents possess the power of Dot Loop, to ensure that no time is wasted in submitting an offer to a hot property. With our hassle-freecloud-based signing platform, you can get you offer submitted on that newlylisted property before the competition anytime, from anywhere. Our agents are standing by ready to guide, educate and ensure you have a smooth sailing home buying experience.
Interested in a new home? Landshark Realty has established professional relationships with the majority of builders in the area, whether you are looking to build on a vacant lot you already own, are looking to purchase a lot and wrap the home cost in a construction loan, or choose a home in a new community, give us a call before visiting with the builder. New home upgrades and pricing can likely be negotiated. It is in your best interest to have a designated Landshark agent outside of the builder’s sales office!
Frequently asked questions:
Q: Should I get pre-qualified before contacting an agent?
A: Not necessarily. By speaking with an agent first about your purchasing goals, we can help guide you toward different options when it comes to purchasing and lending. We have recommendations to some of the best local lenders around and can prepare you for documents needed upfront by a lender to ensure a faster, smoother experience.
Q: Do I need to be pre-qualified prior to looking at homes?
A: Yes, the pre-qualification process in most cases will help determine what type of home you can look at and ultimately purchase. With some properties needing extensive repair, its best to only show you properties based on the criteria set forth in the type of loan you will be obtaining.