Before you begin your search, it's important to know how much you can afford. Contact your bank or contact a local mortgage lender to begin the process.
A local lender will help you determine how much you can afford, advise you on a programs you may qualify for, and provide you with a written pre-approval letter.
Working with a local lender is important to your success. They know the market dynamics and the towns you may be searching in.
Contact me if you need a referral to a reputable local lender.
In Vermont, consumers have a right to choose whether they will be represented as a CLIENT or remain a CUSTOMER of a real estate professional when buying or selling property.
You become a Buyer Client by signing an Exclusive Right to Represent Buyer Agreement. As a Buyer Client, I will:
*It is important to note that you are a CUSTOMER until you have a signed agreement in place, and you should not share confidential information.
As a Buyer's Agent, we are here to guide you, answer your questions, and help you make an informed decision.
A Buyer's Agent will:
While some of the parties may change based on the financing and terms of the contract, generally the following parties are involved in a real estate transaction: