Home Advisor is a really nice website full of helpful information on companies that provide services for the homeowner. From carpenters to fences and everything in between, if you need a service on your home, you can find people on Home Advisor.
They had a eye-catching ad on the television this morning that got me thinking - that is what we do in our office. We are home advisor's. Our office prides itself on working with buyers and sellers for all of their needs when buying or selling their property. We have a laundry list of services we provide beyond the listing and selling of the home.
We are guides:
We guide them through the process of getting the home ready to sell. Whether it be cleaning services, landscapers, builders, etc. we have contacts and resources to help our homeowners.
We are rescuers:
Often we get calls to help our sellers because they have locked themselves out, left for the weekend and forgot to turn out a light, or various other things that happen when they have their home on market. We come to their aid and take care of businesses when they need us.
We are an ear to hear:
We listen to their needs, bring them calm when they are stressed, break down the process so it's not overwhelming, etc. One of the most stressful things in life is the buying or selling of a home. It's a big purchase, a large dollar item and we understand all that. We can break down the process to ease the way for our clients. We help them through it all so that they feel as calm and relaxed as possible through the entire sale and beyond.
We are tipsters:
We have tips to help you get through the lending process. There are many things that people take for granted during the lending approval process. They believe that they are good to go when they have received a pre-approval letter and that is not always the case. It is best not to change your financial picture during the home buying process. Once the home has been closed is the best time to do any large ticket item purchases. Here are a few tips from Isabella Bank's Mortgage Lender - 10 Things Your Buyer Should NOT DO when going through the process of buying a
1. Change jobs or become self-employed.
2. Buy a new auto.
3. Fall behind on payments.
4. Spend down payment funds.
5. Buy furniture before you buy the house.
6. Allow new inquires on your credit report.
7. Make large deposits to your bank account.
8. Change bank accounts.
9. Co-sign on a loan.
10. Make large purchases.
We are Real Estate Agents:
Whether buying or selling, a Realtor is a valuable tool to have on your team. We offer services that are essential when buying or selling a home. A good Realtor is an agent that will be with you every step of the way making your home transaction a successful, easy process. Have fun with your real estate experience, contact a Realtor today.