Preparing for a successful purchase
On the surface, buying a property seems like a simple, straightforward process. Yet the details, variables, and pitfalls which accompany every transaction come with significant financial risk, unexpected limitations, and miscalculations that can cost you money, your preferred property, or both.
Many of our customers ARE ALREADY very savvy!
Yet regardless of whether you are or you are not, having the support of experienced people like us has a huge and competitive impact when it comes to successfully navigating to your goal. Think about the extent to which we are familiar with the intricacies of contracts, how to use them, the sales and contract to close process and the opportunities it may provide, the tendencies, products, pitfalls, areas, timelines, values, behaviors, and of course the market.
The extent of your success is the product of preparation
Thats why we will help you get your ducks, geese, albatross, and any fowl you might have, in a row. The more prepared you are the higher the probability you will get what you are striving for.
But enough about birds - It's about the competition and your negotiation position
Of course we know where to find what you are looking for, and that does save you time, money, and aggravation (and it's free anyway). But the most important reason you are working with us is because we are able to bring our experience to bear on your effort and drastically improve your negotiation position and outcome.
In all seriousness, you are putting hundreds of thousands of dollars at risk, and it is doubful that you, or anyone would willingly permit themselves to squander any portion of it. While every situation is different, the common thread is that we will get you into the most advantageous position achievable and you will get the best result that is to be had.
It's all about
- Assembling the strongest offer within your capacity (you will have limits imposed on you either by 3rd parties, by your own limitations, and by your own sense of comfort and risk)
- At a moment when a seller has none, few, or inferior competing offers (at times the market may be very competitive)
- At a point where the seller has had enough, and is ready to get it done (some may be very obstinate or willing to gamble and wait for what else may come).
Running the race without knowing the course will leave you and your money in the woods. Don't emulate Mowgli - his family never had any money or a nice house. - Jonathan Asbell
Contact us to set up your free pre-purchase strategy session
Your consultation can be done by phone, on zoom, or in person. It will focus your effort and placing you in the strongest negotiation position. You will gain an understanding, comfort, and confidence in successfully acquiring the property you are after.