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How many layers are there in a lasagna? There’s no right or wrong answer to that. Other than, “more than one” probably. Even two is pretty skimpy. So, let’s say three is minimal for argument sake. (But, four or more is better.) This isn’t a lasagna lesson. And, there really isn’t any rule that you can’t have a one or two layer lasagna. So, you’d be “right”. But, this article isn’t really about lasagna, it’s
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One question that pops up constantly from both first-time and seasoned homeowners alike is “When is the best time of year to buy a home?” Potential homeowners want to know the best time of year to get the best home for the lowest price – and ideally, at a time that makes sense for their life. It would be great if there were a simple and straightforward answer, like “the best time of year to
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Take the time at the beginning of the process to sit down with a trusted real estate agent to share your wish list. This is a great question and answer period and an essential first step! Share your expectations with your real estate agent and sign a commitment agreement that you will be working together as teammates to find your new home. Obtain written confirmation from your lender of the amount you qualify for.  Having
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      Commit in writing to working with one agent by signing an Exclusive Buyer’s Brokerage Agreement   Articulate strongly your likes and dislikes   Share your time frame and goal with them   Set out expectations at the initial interview
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  How long have you been in the real estate industry? How many homes have you sold this year verses last year? Are you a salesperson or a broker as well? What real estate designations do you have? What sets you apart from other real estate agents? Who will be my agent if you are away? How do you get paid?
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