Eileen Landau, ABR, CRS, e-PRO (BAIRD & WARNER, NAPERVILLE)

Serving Naperville Illinois


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Moving to Naperville is an exciting, fun experience. Let my 35 years of real estate experience work for you! I am a BUYER'S AGENT; I represent YOU; I work for YOU!

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So, you're thinking about relocating to the Naperville area; or buying your first home; or moving into a larger, upscale home; or perhaps downsizing to a smaller real estate property, a condo.


Where do you start? You might want to visit my website: www.MoveUPtoNaperville.com and set up a search to see what's available. And, if you put in a "fake" email...you won't get to see the listings!

Then you might want to talk to me. You can reach me at 630-961-2600, and if I'm out, please leave a message. I can tell you what areas have homes in your price range, and that will save you time and when you set up your search. Then, you'll want to talk to at least one professional loan officer. Why? To see what your price range is. To know what you can afford. Our new multi-board contract 4.0 requires a signed lender's statement on page 11. You can read more about that on my blog: www.MoveUPtoNaperville.blogspot.com

Once we know your price range, we can consider these DuPage County areas (Naperville, Lisle, Aurora, Downers Grove and Woodridge) or fast growing Will County places (Plainfield and Romeoville) which is where much of the new construction is. After you've received your pre-approval, and you've looked at the listings and picked out several that you like, we can go view the properties. Easy? Yes. Especially if you follow my recommendations. There are more recommendations and suggestions in my Blog. I guarantee that you'll have an experience without any weight gain or grey hair!

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As a Buyer's Agent, I do the following:1) Send you, via e-mail, property listings on a daily, every other day, or weekly basis. Your choice.2) Help you determine your price range with assistance from several lenders. We need a 'page 11' filled out by your lender.3) Show you properties that meet your criteria, with advance notice.4) Explain pricing in our market. We don't use square footage like many areas.5) Prepare a market history and market analysis on the property before you write an offer.6) Negotiate on your behalf. I only represent you in the transaction.7) Keep in touch, via e-mail, on a continuing basis.8) Strongly recommend the following inspections: general inspection; radon and possibly mold and/or termite.9) Strongly recommend that you contact three insurance companies and compare service and price.10) Strongly recommend that you hire an attorney to assist you in your purchase. The seller will have an attorney!11) Do a final walk-thru with you at the property prior to closing.12) Attend the closing with you, which will be held either at a title company or the seller's attorney's office.13) Expect the closing to take two hours. You will not be permitted to put your furniture in the property prior to the closing.14) You'll need to have the following items with you at the closing: 1) A certified check made payable to yourselve in the amount that the lender has told you; 2) A current driver's license and 3) A pre-paid property insurance policy.