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Buying Process

1. Get Pre-Approved for a Loan 

  • Find an experienced loan officer - Contact Legacy Mark Realty for referral
  • Get Pre-qualified and obtain a Pre-approval letter
  • Obtain a "Truth in Lending" letter explaining the costs
  • Learn about closing costs

2. Begin viewing homes with your REALTOR

  • When possible, all decision-makers should visit the various homes
  • Always be honest and upfront with your REALTOR. It will help them understand your particular needs and enable them to select homes you'll want to see

3. Prepare the offer

  • Your REALTOR will provide you with a comparative market analysis on the property or properties of your choice in order to assist you in making an informed decision
  • Your REALTOR will go through the contract with you and complete your offer
  • Negotiations will proceed until both buyer and seller agree on all terms and sign
  • All documents will be sent to the title company where a file will be opened, and title commitment and property tax information ordered

4. Make your loan application

  • Give your loan officer a copy of the contract and apply for the loan

5. Inspect the property

  • Select an inspector and arrange for both a general inspection and termite inspection
  • Contact Legacy Mark Realty for referrals

6. Appraisal and survey of property

  • The lender and title company will make arrangements for the property appraisal and survey
  • Buyer will be provided a copy of the Title Commitment Letter
  • Buyer will make arrangements for homeowner's insurance and arrange for the insurance agent to talk with the closing officer at the title company

7. Closing

  • Buyer receives a copy of the closing statement for review prior to closing
  • Buyer does a final walk-through inspection of the property
  • The REALTOR arranges a closing date and time with the buyer and title company. Seller's closing is also arranged
  • Buyer brings a cashiers check for all closing costs and the balance of the down payment

8. After the closing

  • Documents are sent to the buyer's loan company for approval and funds are disbursed
  • The title company receives and funds all money from the loan company. Payment of any accrued expenses in connection with the closing are due including taxes, attorney's fees, professional real estate fees and title company fees
  • Legal documents will be recorded in the office of the county clerk and mailed to the buyer
  • Title company prepares and issues the title policy, and sends it to the loan company and new home owner

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