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Real Estate Agent Guide — From Home Inspections To Personal Property

When buying or selling a residential property in Myrtle Beach, it always helps to have a basic understanding of realty terms. You should also hire a real estate agent who can help.

Useful Myrtle Beach Real Estate Terms

Home Inspections

Myrtle Beach Real Estate Home Inspection — an examination of the condition of a home. They are done room by room, from the roof to the foundation, and include looking carefully at things like pipes, heating and air conditioning, bathroom and kitchen sinks, as well as tubs, faucets, and any appliances which are included with the sale.

The basic idea is that the home inspector is trained to spot issues that a typical Myrtle Beach property owner or buyer is likely to miss. This inspection is not intended to point out repairs that the current homeowner can see for themselves and should have disclosed in the listing of things that should be obvious to a buyer such as the color of the paint or the conditioning of the carpets.

Full Potential Home Services is available to provide handyman services after your inspection. We make sure your house is ready for sale. This is the advantage of hiring a real estate agent and handyman team. Cheryl and Jeff Woodward work together to ensure your home is ready to sell for the highest price possible.

Real Estate Agent Tips: Terms You Need To Know

Home Warranties

Home Warranty Policy — insurance coverage which pays for home repairs to the working systems (heat, cooling, plumbing, and so on) and home appliance repair during the very first year of homeownership. Policies will vary. Generally, there is a deductible amount. They can be bought by the buyer or by the seller for the buyer.

Power of Attorney

Limited Power of Attorney — a document which provides another person with the legal capacity to act for and sign papers for the buyer or seller in connection with the purchase and sale of a particular Myrtle Beach real estate property. (An example of this occurred last summer when a friend of my kid’s offered his other half a minimal power of attorney to allow her to settle the sale of their house after he left for Iraq with members of his National Guard unit property.) Contact a real estate attorney if this is a document you will need.

Personal Property

Personal Property—items such as home appliances which are not built-in, play equipment such as swings and above ground pools which are not in-ground, furniture, and plants in containers. This could also include a shed which is detached from the house.

Make sure you thoroughly understand what you are buying before you sign on the dotted line. Working with a professional and reputable realtor is always recommended.

Give Full Potential Real Estate, LLC a call now to inquire about their services.

Full Potential Real Estate, LLC
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
843-492-4537
https://fullpotentialrealestate.com

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Home Buying Guide

A home purchase can be a thrilling, stressful, and nerve-wracking experience, especially for first-time home buyers. It will be difficult to know what to expect. It can be difficult to grasp the basics of real-estate. But, the majority of your primary concerns can be addressed with basic financial research.

Tips To Help You Have A Stress-Free Home Buying Experience

What Can You Borrow and How Much Can you Spend?

An affordability calculator will help you determine how much of a house you can afford. The calculator takes into account your income and debt in order to determine your spending limit.

Get a credit report and know your credit score.

Use the mortgage calculator to calculate your monthly payments. The mortgage calculator allows you to input various numbers such as the purchase price, interest rate, or loan amount. This will give you a better idea of what you should expect in terms of expenses before you make any purchase.

Look For A Mortgage Lender

  • Find the best rates and terms
  • Talk to brokers and lenders to determine the best mortgage type for you.
  • Ask for a quote on closing costs. This includes attorney fees and taxes.
  • Pre-approval is required for any home loan. This will give you a clear understanding of your loan limit and make you appear serious to the seller.

Make a Must-Have List

Find the best location. You can choose between rural, suburban or city life.

Select the price range that allows you to live comfortably while still paying your monthly bills.

Find out how many bedrooms and bathrooms you need, as well as the general dimensions of your dream home that will accommodate you and your family.

You should distinguish between must-haves and things you want. To avoid any potential problems down the line, you will need to classify the features of your dream house by their importance.

Choose Your Target Neighborhoods

You can find information on market trends, schools and amenities in the neighborhood like cafes, grocery stores, parks, etc., on the listing pages.

You can find information on crime rates in the areas you are interested by looking online.

You can choose the streets you want to live in. You may find that a city or town does not meet your needs. Remember that every neighborhood is different.

Find the Best Agent

Find a real estate agent who is experienced in your local area.

Consider the recommendations and reviews of the agents you are considering hiring.

Search For Your Dream House

With the assistance of your agent, go to open houses and search online for listings.

Ask your agent to arrange private tours for potential homes. This will allow you to inspect the property, take measurements, and assess its features.

It can be difficult to recall all of the details you see in the homes you visit. Make sure you take down your notes and use your cell phone to take pictures.

Ask for details about the properties you are considering. You may reach out to Full Potential Real Estate, LLC for all the relevant real estate services you need.

After narrowing down your search to your favorites, ask for a list comps to determine the fair market value for each property on your final list.

Find out why the seller put the property on the market. This will help you to plan your negotiation strategy. The seller may be more willing and able to negotiate the asking prices if he/she is in a hurry.

Consider the extra costs associated with buying and owning. Request copies of any bills, such as property taxes, HOA fee fees and utility bills, to help you budget.

Make an offer

Make sure you offer the fair market value when you have finally found the house you want to purchase. Your agent can help you negotiate and agree on the final price.

Before you sign the Purchase and Sell Agreement, be sure to include any personal repairs requests as well as the date of your move-in.

Do not forget a Home Inspection and Appraisal. Ask your Myrtle Beach real estate agent to recommend a reliable and certified home inspector. To ensure that nothing is overlooked, refer to the home inspection checklist. It’s better to be safe than sorry.

You can also have the property appraised by professionals and then use the results to negotiate the purchase price, if necessary.

Close the Deal

After you have finished the loan process, make sure everything is in order for closing costs and down payment.

You should order a final title search and the property title transfer from the seller during the closing day.

Once you have purchased your dream home, you need to prepare for moving in.

If you need assistance finding the perfect home, please call Full Potential Real Estate, LLC. You may reach us at (843) 492-4537.

Full Potential Real Estate, LLC
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
843-492-4537
https://fullpotentialrealestate.com

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