Buying a home can be both scary and fun. It takes everyone involved in the process to come together as a team to make the transaction as smooth and stress free as possible. At the Home By Ann Group,
Team Work To Get To Closing
Buying a home can be both scary and fun. It takes everyone involved in the process to come together as a team to make the transaction as smooth and stress free as possible. At the Home By Ann Group, Ann Norton and I (Josh Twitchell) have partnered with a great lender that not only gets you pre-approved, but helps throughout the process and long after the deal has closed. Yes most agents and lenders don't take the time after a deal is done to answer any questions that may come up after the deal is done. The Homes By Ann Group and Performance Mortgage will be there for you long after the closing.
Some important steps and links to help begin your home buying process.
2) Getting Pre-Approved. This is the most powerful tool a home buyer can have. This lets the sellers know, "Hey I am ready to purchase. Let's make a deal!"
3) Searching for that Dream Home. The #1 website to search for the perfect home is www.PickOutHome.com. The name says it all.
4) You found the home, you are ready to make an offer. Here are some Helpful Hints to remember.
Here are some quick searches to browse. We can get you set up to more specific searches when ready.
I have a background in construction and a BA in Marketing. I have done just about every part of building a house. As a buyer, I can help you recognize what to look for in your dream home and things ....
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