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Are you considering buying a home? hiring an agent?

Watch this video to learn about hiring a real estate agent and the buyer agency relationship.  

What is the process of buying a house?

If you are a first-time home buyer or doing it again after a long time, you may want to review the process of buying a home.  We will be happy to sit with you and go over any questions you might have.

Legal Information

As real estate agents, brokers, and brokers-in-charge, we CANNOT give legal advice.  However, we can direct you to an attorney that can give you legal information and advice.  They are called Real Estate Attorneys.

For some quick legal info check out this lawyers.com site.

Another great resource is the brochure called "This is the law" created by the NC Bar Association regarding buying a home in North Carolina.


Working With RE Agents (pdf)


Inspections (pdf)


QAOfferandAcceptance (pdf)



Whether you are a first-time homebuyer or a seasoned veteran, the negotiation part of the transaction can be a little daunting and stressful. However, it is necessary to ensure you are getting the best possible deal for your money. So, what should you negotiate when buying a home?

  1. Closing costs. Your closing costs are determined by a variety of factors, but you can expect it to be between 2% to 5% of the purchase price. Ask the seller to cover some or all of the closing costs upfront or request a closing credit that can be used to make specific updates and fixes to the home.
  2. Furnishings. Love how the seller has furnished and decorated the home? Buyers often negotiate keeping couches, fixtures, landscaping items, patio furniture, appliances, and more. And many sellers agree, wanting to make the home more appealing.
  3. Inspection and closing timing. Buyer offers that include a quick inspection and close timeline are often more attractive to sellers who have been going through the process for far too long. Just ensure you allow yourself ample time to get your financing in place and complete proper, thorough inspections.
  4. Home warranty. Sellers will often agree to pay the premium on the home warranty at closing and then hand it off to the new homeowner, who is responsible for the deductible on any future claims.
  5. Repairs. Your inspection may uncover small or large repairs needed to bring the home up to standard. You can negotiate to have these items fixed before closing or ask for a price reduction to cover the costs.