Buying a Home

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South Florida Home Buyers

We love South Florida.  It is where we live, eat, play and do business.  We enjoy the cafes and restaurants in the early evenings and watch little league games on the weekends.  The residents are our friends and its backyards are where we relax over a great BBQ, watching the sun set over the Everglades.  The internet doesn’t live here, we do.  This is our life and we can’t wait to share it with you.

The internet will show you things like square foot size or bedrooms and baths, but It can’t help you find that undefinable essence that would equal home. Is it the quality of the light or finely turned detail in the living room? Is it the way the floor plan flows, seamlessly, into the backyard, or is it the odd uncategorized space just perfect to indulge in your hobby?  Our Skilled Real Estate Buyer Specialists take the time to find out what home means to you.

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We make the home buying process easy!  Some users want to get started on their own, continually searching through real estate listings for the right properties; others utilize one of our agents to help you find the perfect home.  We’ll also reach out to other agents we’ve developed relationships with to find properties that haven’t hit the market yet.  In short, we leave no stone un-turned in order to get the job done.

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Why Buy your Home With Us?


    Technology is what drives the new economy.  We use technology to deliver an awesome real estate experience.  Our web site is updated more often than Zillow, with accurate listing information on homes that are actually available.  We set up automated searches based on the criteria you provide us to make sure when a new home hit the market, you’re there on Day 1, ready to decide if you’ll be making an offer.


    We know that everyone works differently, and that’s ok. We communicate with our clients they way THEY want to be communicated with.  SMS, Phone, Email, WhatsApp, FB Messenger, Skype, etc. we have them all.


    Emily Dickinson once said, “If you take care of the small things, the big things take care of themselves.”  So that’s what we do…take care of the little things, so you can focus on the big things (like your new house).


    We have clients that work 9 to 5’s and others who work at night.  No matter your schedule, we’ll make ourselves available when you need us.


    We’ve worked with hundreds of buyers just like you. We know what financing options are available, the potential pitfalls of certain properties, the HOA/Condo laws that can affect you down the road and many more things they don’t talk about on TV. We are happy to answer all your questions, so go ahead…ask us!


    Buying a house is like a puzzle.  We know how to get the pieces to fit just right, leaving you ready to pick out things like furniture and window coverings while we handle the contingencies that that protect you and your money.

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Tools to Help You Find Your Home

Real Estate Online Search
  • User Friendly Property Search:  A smarter way to find your ideal first or next home. Get matched with the best homes for you. Simply let us know what matters most and we’ll do the rest.
  • Register for the Property Organizer: Create and manage saved searches and properties with the Property Organizer. Members can also create saved searches, collect their favorites and sign up for instant email alerts when new homes that fit their criteria come on the market.
  • First-Time Buyer? Let us guide you through the winding road that will lead you towards homeownership.
  • Get Financing: We work with South Florida’s best mortgage lenders to find the programs and rates to fit your lifestyle.
  • Connect with a Professional: You don’t have to go it alone.  We’re here to help you every step of the way. Contact Us anytime you need to know more about the area or any property that interests you.
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The Home Buying Process

Define Your Goals

Before you start looking, consider why you want to buy a home. Are you tired of renting? Do you want to buy an investment property? Figuring out why you want to purchase a home will help you make important decisions down the road. Considering what you want and need out of your home will help you narrow down your home search as well. What neighborhood do you want to live in? How many bedrooms do you need? Knowing your preferences can help with filtering out homes that don’t fit your criteria.

Pick a SKILLED Agent

Buying a home is one of the biggest investments you may ever make. Whether you’re buying your first home, relocating or just moving down the street — you want a trusted professional by your side. Working with a qualified SKILLED agent can make this process easier, helping guide you through the home search, purchase agreements, inspections, closing matters and more. Having an agent who has your best interests at heart can ease some of your stress and can help make it go as smoothly as possible.

How Much House Can You Afford?

Knowing your budget up front helps you focus your search and can save you both time and stress. Talking to a mortgage professional can help you to determine your buying power. They can help you to find out how much you can afford, how much you should put towards a down payment, and can walk you through loan options and other costs or fees associated with purchasing a home. Consider asking your agent for a referral; they understand your needs and can help find a professional for your situation.

Make an Offer

Once you find a home you’re interested in, your agent can help negotiate a fair offer based on comparable homes in the area. If your offer is accepted, you’ll make a down payment and be officially under contract. During the due-diligence period between signing the purchase agreement and closing on your home, your agent can help you understand the conditions, provisions, and obligations of your contract. They can also help guide you through the appraisal and inspection processes.

Close on Your Home

This is the final step of your home buying journey. Closing is the official transfer of ownership from the seller to the buyer. At closing, you will sign your mortgage paperwork to solidify your purchase. From there, you officially become a homeowner and will be handed the keys to your new home so you can begin making memories.



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