Contract to Closing; learn about real estate contract negotiations, home inspections, a home warranty, the final walk-through and buyers’ costs on a real estate closing when buying a home.
Contract to Closing on Real Estate
Often the main concern in a real estate purchase contract is the selling price of the home. Other factors also determine the net bottom line for the buyer and the seller. Home inspections will vary depending on the type of property you are purchasing. A large historic home, for example, will require a more specialized inspection than a small condominium. Home warranty coverage is for systems and appliances in good working order at the start of the contract. Home buyers can purchase their own home warranty at closing or negotiate that the Seller provide the coverage. It’s guaranteed to be hectic right before closing, but you and your REALTOR should always make time for a final walk-through. Buyer closing costs a prepared on the settlement statement, called a HUD-1. It is this statement that gets the most attention. The HUD-1 outlines all of the charges to each party (buyer and seller).
» Contract Negotiations
You’ve found a home that’s right for you and it’s time to make an offer. What steps are involved in real estate contract negotiations? It’s not just about money!
» Home Inspection
Home inspections will vary depending on the type of property you are purchasing. Learn what a Home Inspection should cover.
» Home Warranty
A home warranty is a service contract that protects home owners against the cost of unexpected covered repairs or replacement. Learn more about what a Home Warranty covers.
» Final Walk-through
It’s guaranteed to be hectic right before closing, but you and your REALTOR should always make time for a final walk-through. Find out what is the goal of a final walk-through.
» Buyers Closing Costs
Buyer closing costs are prepared on the settlement statement, called a HUD-1. It is this statement that gets the most attention. Learn what the HUD-1 shows at closing.
» Buyer Tip Videos
Visit my YouTube Channel’s “Home Buying Tips” playlists. There are many helpful home buying videos to watch.
Living around Lake Norman
When deciding which area of Lake Norman you would like to buy property and live you’ll want to compare what Cornelius, Davidson, Denver, Huntersville and Mooresville each have to offer; which town matches your lifestyle. Don’t forget to view Lake Norman links for more information about the entire Charlotte region. Real estate news offers charts of the latest home sales trends. This is just as important for home buyers as home sellers to know.
If you are planning on buying or selling a home in the Lake Norman area, search up-to-date, accurate MLS listings for Lake Norman real estate for sale, Cornelius NC real estate, Davidson NC real estate, Denver NC real estate, Huntersville NC real estate, Mooresville NC real estate and Lake Norman waterfront property. Be sure to keep up with the Lake Norman housing trends.
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