Posts Tagged ‘home buying tip’

Home Buying Tip | House Shopping

Thursday, June 28th, 2012

Limit house tours to six or sever per outing.  More than that and house details can be forgotten or confused. Tip provided by

Negotiating for a Buyer

Wednesday, June 20th, 2012

Negotiating a purchase agreement may be the trickiest aspect of your real estate transaction.  Negotiating is not all luck or natural talent.  Being successful in the negotiation process encompasses the learned ability to use certain skills and techniques to arrive at a win-win agreement for sides of the agreement.   Most home buyers and home…Read More »

Making Or Accepting An Offer

Friday, June 15th, 2012

Making or Accepting an Offer The negotiation of a real estate transaction can be tricky business. Ideally, it would center on the price, but there are other things that come into play such as timing, home inspection findings and legal requirements. Receiving offers Price may be the starting point to ranking an offer. From there,…Read More »

Home Buying Tip| Bank Lenders

Thursday, June 14th, 2012

Go to the bank and talk to a Lender before you start looking, this will provide you with the financial information that is essential when looking for homes. Tip provided by

Home Buying Tips | Check Credit Once A Year

Thursday, June 7th, 2012

Get a free copy of your credit report once a year to check for any errors.

Our Buyers Service Pledge Certificate

Wednesday, June 6th, 2012

As an independently owned and operated CENTURY 21 office, we are dedicated to providing you with service that is professional, courteous and responsive in helping you find a property. To fulfill this commitment, we agree to provide you with the following services:   Respect you, your needs and communicate in an honest and forthright manner. Make…Read More »

Home Buying Tip | Credit Card Limits

Friday, May 18th, 2012

Keep your card balances at 50% of the limit or below.  Anything over 70% of your limit damages your credit score.