washington dc real estate: BUYERS: 5 Rules You Oughta Know! - 09/02/10 02:39 AM
Some information about real estate:
Back to those pesky disclosures you have to sign when you head out to see property – once again, I throw out my disclaimer that I work in DC, MD and VA, so I can really only speak to those jurisdictions, but most places in the country have something similar to the document called “Some information about real estate”.  And regardless, this information is relevant no matter where you live.
You need to make all offers to buy a home in writing.  And you need to have signed all of the necessary paperwork before you even … (3 comments)

washington dc real estate: 5 Misconceptions about Choosing a Buyer Agent - 08/23/10 03:14 AM

So you’ve chosen me to be your buyer agent...what does that really mean? 
In most areas of the country, when you choose a real estate agent to represent you as a buyer, you will be required by state law to sign an agency agreement.  Ideally, this should take place before you ever set foot into a single property with the agent you select to represent you.  Signing papers before you go out to look at properties can be intimidating, so here’s the lowdown on the contents of the document.

1.    We wear a lot of hats, … (5 comments)

washington dc real estate: 10 common sense tips to buying your first home - 08/16/10 06:51 AM

More than half of my business comes from first time home purchasers, and their enthusiasm and excitement is contagious!  It’s one of the best parts of being a Realtor.  Almost everyone has the same concerns, and most buyers will ask for advice and guidance on selecting the right home and neighborhood for them. 
Here are my top 10 common sense TIPS to buying your first home:

1.     Don’t “over buy” or extend yourself!  This is especially true if you are utilizing a large portion of your savings to make a down payment.  Even if you are a … (4 comments)

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