Buying Real Estate in Cody Wyoming
Start with Mortgage Pre-Approval
Sellers and their agents know that a pre-approved buyer is a serious one. Speaking now with a mortgage specialist will give you a loan decision well in advance of making an offer. Mortgage pre-approval can give you negotiating power. Being pre-approved for a mortgage can greatly improve your negotiating position.
Completing the Purchase
A successful purchase involves several important elements: Full written disclosure, offer and negotiations, the purchase agreement, professional inspection, title insurance, appraisal, walk-through and final closing and possibly a home warranty program.
Negotiating the Purchase Agreement
I will represent your written offer to the seller, through their agent, and negotiate on your behalf. The sellers have a choice of: accepting your offer as is, rejecting it completely or countering it. I will communicate to you the seller’s response and suggest further options.
Property inspections by trained professionals can avoid costly and dangerous problems such as radon, termites, roof problems and other structural defects as well as mechanical problems. Bottom line – it gives you peace of mind!
Walk Through Prior to Closing
Lets you confirm the condition of the property.
My commitment to you:
To find you the right property. Negotiate the best price and terms for you. Handle the details and keep you informed. As a team, we will work together!
As your Realtor I will prepare a Competitive Market Analysis with information of properties similar to the one you’re considering. Comparing homes that are currently on the market, recently sold and failed to sell.
I will monitor the entire purchase process and help prepare for a smooth closing. I will continue to help you even after the closing. Buying a home involves a number of steps. A vital first step is to choose the right Realtor. One who you like and trust.
Listening to you and keeping you informed. Your Needs – showing you properties that fit what you want. Simplifying the home buying process for you.
Realtors represent clients in a number of ways
Click to download Disclosure Form
A customer is a party to a real estate transaction who has established no intermediary or agency relationship with any Broker in that transaction.
Represents you, the buyer. The Realtor has a fiduciary responsibility to work for your best interests. When I represent you I make sure your needs are met.
Represents the seller. The Realtor has a fiduciary responsibility to the seller.
A Broker engaged as an intermediary does not represent the buyer or the seller, but acts as a middle man. The intermediary must exercise reasonable skill and care and must comply with Wyoming law.