Shopping with a Lone Star Luxury Agent

While taking the first step towards searching for a home may seem overwhelming, many first time homebuyers consider shopping for a new home the most fun part of the process. All the hard work of saving up for a down payment, building your credit, and learning about the mortgage loan process is about to pay off. You can start to see the dream of owning a home become more of a reality as you begin to look at potential homes. 

While shopping for a home can be one of the most exciting phases of homeownership, it can also feel complex and confusing. Even homebuyers who have purchased before can feel this way. That’s why it’s important to invest in a life long relationship with a Lone Star Luxury Real Estate Agent that you can trust and feel comfortable working with. We are here to help you find homes that meet your expectations and your budget. We work with you to learn the types of things you’re looking for in a home, share listings for potential homes that match your needs, and help schedule showings to tour available homes you’re interested in. Then, once you find a home you love, we will work with you to negotiate and submit an offer.

Keep in mind that you, don’t pay your real estate agent; our commission is most often paid for by the seller, so it’s definitely worth giving us a call for this important life investment. There’s a big reason about 97% of real estate transactions have a real estate Agent involved.

Benefits of Working With a Real Estate Agent

Not only have Lone Star Luxury Real Estate Agents received special training and education to get licensed to buy and sell homes, but they also have a whole lot of experience that you do not. We will be able to apply our expertise to help set expectations with features to consider and red flags to watch out for when showing you homes. In certain cases, Agents may know of properties that don’t appear in an online search because these properties are getting ready to be listed and aren’t for sale yet.

Lone Star Luxury Real Estate Agents have strong networks of lenders, home inspectors, and other professionals that they can share with you as you navigate the homebuying process. And, when you’re ready to make an offer, we’ll help you with all the paperwork, provide guidance on what that offer should look like, and what can be negotiated based on the current market.

 It’s important to note that we have a responsibility to act on your behalf and also to keep confidential any information given to us, by you, our client.

What is the difference between a buyer’s agent and a seller’s agent?

You might hear these terms during the homebuying process. The buyer’s agent is a real estate agent working with the homebuyer (you). They represent you during the purchase of your home.  

The person selling their home usually has a real estate agent as well. They’re called the seller’s agent or listing agent. The seller’s agent helps the seller market and sell the home. The fees or commission used to pay for both the buyer’s and the seller’s agent usually come from the sales proceeds at settlement and are paid for by the seller.

More First Time Home Buyer Info:

Rent or Buy.
Finding a Lender.
Understanding Debt.
Credit Score.
Things To Consider Before Buying.
Understanding the Mortgage Loan Process.
Basic Types of Mortgage Loans and Terms.
Looking at Types of Homes.
Submit a Home Offer, Get an Inspection.
Closing your Loan.
Welcome to Homeownership.

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