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Elly recently helped us find our 2nd home. I can’t say enough good things about her. She made the process and our experience a memorable one. Elly is very knowledgeable, helpful and went the extra mile to help us find the perfect home. Thank you Elly!!

-Lupe Andrade-Hernandez

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THE BUYING PROCESS

01
PREPARE
  • Save up and get your finances in order.
  • Get a mortgage pre-approval.
  • Find a real estate agent to work with
02
FIND YOUR HOME
  • Tell your agent what you're looking for.
  • Find homes that interest you and ask your agent to book showings.
  • Write an offer and negotiate price & terms.
03
 POST-OFFER TASKS
  • Home inspection
  • Appraisal
  • Title search
04
CLOSING PREP
  • Homeowner's insurance.
  • Change addresses and utilities.
  • Start packing.
05
MOVING IN
  • Pre-closing walkthrough
  • Sign closing documents.
  • Welcome home!

Hello there! Are you currently in search of a new property to call your own? If so, let me help make the process easier for you! Rather than spending countless hours scouring real estate websites and attending open houses that may not be quite the right fit for your needs, consider setting up a no-obligation property search. This type of search is designed to save you time and effort by allowing you to specify your desired location, size, budget, and other key factors, after which a real estate professional can compile a custom list of suitable properties that meet your criteria. Plus, since it’s no-obligation, you won’t be pressured or obligated to make any decisions until you’re certain it’s the right fit for you. Give it a try and see how much easier and more efficient the home-buying process can be!


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Got Questions?

About Buying Real Estate in the Frio Canyon and surrounding areas?

Home depreciation can indeed occur and has been a reality for many homeowners over the years. Depreciation is a natural and inevitable process in any residential (or commercial) property and can be caused by various factors. These could include changes in the neighborhood, local zoning laws, the age of the house, and general wear and tear. The concept of depreciation is especially prominent in real estate investing, as values of properties often fluctuate depending on market trends and other external influences. As such, it’s important for property owners to stay informed about the current market climate and make any necessary adjustments to maintain or increase the value of their home. Additionally, proper upkeep and maintenance can help slow down the rate of depreciation and preserve the quality of the property.

When considering the purchase of a home, one of the questions that may come to mind is whether an older home is as good a value as a new home. While there are certainly benefits to purchasing a newly-built home, such as modern amenities and pristine condition, it is important to remember that older homes can also be an excellent investment. Older homes often have a unique charm and character that cannot be found in newer builds, and they may be located in established neighborhoods with mature trees and landscaping. Additionally, older homes may have been built with high-quality craftsmanship and materials, which could make them more durable and long-lasting than newer homes. Ultimately, the value of an older home versus a new home will depend on a number of factors, including location, condition, and personal preferences.
A real estate broker is an individual or a company that is licensed to represent clients in the buying, selling, or renting of properties, such as homes, apartments, commercial buildings, and land. A broker is typically trained, experienced, and knowledgeable in various aspects of real estate transactions, such as property valuation, marketing, negotiation, and legal procedures. They can help clients navigate through the complexities of real estate transactions, provide professional advice, and advocate for their best interests. Moreover, brokers often have access to a wide range of resources, such as marketing tools, advertising platforms, and industry contacts, that can help them connect buyers and sellers and facilitate successful transactions. Overall, a real estate broker can be a valuable asset for anyone looking to buy, sell, or rent a property.
Of course! It is absolutely within your rights as a homeowner to opt out of using an escrow account for your property taxes and insurance payments. However, it is important to keep in mind that using an escrow account can have its benefits. For instance, it can help ensure that you’re not caught off-guard by a sudden tax bill or insurance premium, as those expenses will automatically be taken care of without any extra effort or financial planning on your part. Additionally, lenders may require the use of an escrow account as a condition of your mortgage agreement. Ultimately, the decision of whether or not to use an escrow account comes down to your individual financial situation, priorities, and preferences. It’s always a good idea to consult with your lender or a financial advisor to determine what option is best for you.
The amount of time it takes to complete the loan process can depend on a variety of factors. Some of the key factors include the type of loan you are applying for, the lender you are working with, and your own financial situation. Typically, you can expect the loan process to take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks, or even longer in some cases. It’s important to keep in mind that the loan application and approval process can involve a lot of paperwork and documentation, so it’s important to be prepared and organized. Additionally, some lenders may require additional information or documentation before approving your loan, so it’s always a good idea to stay in close communication with them throughout the process.

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