Whether you are a first-time real estate investor, a business owner acquiring property for your enterprise, or an established real estate mogul expanding your portfolio, Power Realty can provide expert support to achieve each of your goals. Since 1995, Power Realty has built a solid reputation for delivering results by building important business relationships with each client and working diligently on their behalf every assignment. We appreciate your business, value your trust, and respect your best interests in every transaction. Every buyer client has their own preferences and objectives, as you should, and although the following 5 steps may be common to the Buyer Representation process, Power Realty specifically tailors VIP Brokerage services to each client assignment.

Step 1: Buyer's Objectives and Interests 

Understand your needs. 

Step 2: Hire an Agent

There are thousands of real estate agents how do you chose one that’s right for you?

You have to pick carefully. They will be acting as your representative and you will need someone to look out for your best interests. You will need someone that you can trust and someone who understands your needs.

Step 3: Find your Options

Sourcing all the best Options that meet your Objectives and Interests is fundamental to Buyer Representation. If the client has a hard choice to make among very good options presented, then we've doing our job. 

Looking for properties to buy  can be really fun and exciting! You can browse listings using the smart listings search on my website, here.

Step 4: Make an Offer Now

Now that you’ve found the property that you are set on, it’s time to make an offer. Not all offers are the same and here’s where your real estate agent comes in. They will help you with specific terms and conditions that will be specified in the offer like the price you want to pay, financing conditions, or other things like inclusions and exclusions.

Not only is it about the purchase price you have to carefully look at the other details included in this sale. A

If there is something in the offer that doesn’t satisfy the seller, counter offers or negotiations can also be presented to help get a price that you think is fair.

Step 5: Close the Sale

There will be closing costs associated with the sale that need to be paid either by or on the closing date. It can include mortgage application fees, inspections, and legal fees. But once that’s taken care of, you get your new house.

Congratulations! You’re all ready to move forward!