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The Home Buying Process



Securing a Top Realtor to be your Advocate

Many buyers are unaware that in Texas, without a buyer’s representation, your agent cannot act as a true fiduciary. Signing these documents will create a secure relationship for you and your REALTOR┬«.


Find a Home

Explain your budget, needs, and timeline with your agent. This will help eliminate unsuitable homes and assure that you are only shown properties with the essentials on your new home checklist (like desired school zones, neighborhood amenities, yard size, home style, location, etc).


Make an Offer

When you’ve found your dream home and you’re ready to make an offer, let your agent help you determine the right price and negotiations to increase your odds of getting your offer accepted, because they know the real estate market best.


Your Offer Gets Accepted

In the case that the seller accepts your offer, be prepared for next steps such as home inspections, communicating with your lender and ensuring all dates in the contract work for you and your family.


Going Under Contract

When your new property goes under contract, a closing timeline will be shared with all parties and you will submit the initial earnest money and option money within 72 hours of contract execution.


Closing on Your New Home

Both parties review closing statements and buyers will do a final walk-through. Once your funds have been received by the title company, the transaction will close.


Getting Settled

Your agent has a trusted network of vendors ready to help you transition smoothly. Whether you need a moving company, handyman, etc. we’ll help you find the resources you need to get settled into your new space effortlessly.

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