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For Buyers

Welcome...

Your Dream Home Is Waiting

A home is the biggest investment most people make in their lifetime. Your home is the place you’ll spend most of your time and make memories for many years to come. I’m here to make sure you’re able to get the home of your dreams that you’ll love for many years to come.

Here’s what they had to say…

Rachel was very patient and up beat through out the whole house hunting process. She also traveled like 2 hours numerous times to meet with us.

– rosa romero

how it works...

THE BUYING PROCESS

01
GET PRE-APPROVED

Meet with a lender to determine how much you can borrow. This will give a clear idea of what homes we should put on our radar.

02
WE START SEARCHING

I scope out homes that meet your needs and preferences. We tour them and narrow down options.

03
MAKE AN OFFER

WOOHOO! We found your dream home. We submit an offer that reflects the homes value. I negotiate for you during this step to ensure the best deal.

04
CLOSING

Once your offer is accepted, we close the deal. This includes getting a home inspection, working with a title company to transfer ownership, and securing your financing. I guide you through this process to make sure everything is in order for closing day.

05
MOVE IN DAY

Once we've closed, it's time to celebrate! Get ready to move and start a new chapter of your life! 

Must-Have Guide!

5 Ways To Negotiate Better When Buying in NorCal

These are the tips you need to get the deal you’ve been dreaming of in Gainesville. Let’s grab your dream home.

Home Buyers

What makes working with me different?

Set Up a No Obligation
property Search

Ready to find your dream home? Fill out the form on the right to get started with a free, no-obligation property search.

Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer or looking to upgrade to your forever home, I’m here to help.

Let’s start searching!


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Got Questions?

About Buying Real Estate in NorCal?

Yes, it is possible for a home to depreciate in value, but in California not likely. Several factors can contribute to a decline in home value, such as economic downturns, a decrease in demand for housing, or changes in the local market conditions.  It’s important for homeowners to stay informed about the local real estate market and factors that may affect property values to make informed decisions about homeownership.

Older homes often have unique architectural features, character, and established neighborhoods, which can be appealing to buyers. However, they may require more maintenance and potentially have outdated systems or design elements that could impact their value. New homes, on the other hand, tend to offer modern amenities, energy-efficient features, and the peace of mind that comes with a new construction. Ultimately, the value of a home depends on individual preferences, market conditions, location, and the overall condition of the property. It’s advisable to consider factors like maintenance costs, location, resale potential, and personal preferences when assessing the value of an older home versus a new home.

 A Realtor is a licensed professional who acts as an intermediary between buyers and sellers in real estate. They have an expertise and can provide education, guidance, and assistance throughout your transactions. They hold a  crucial role in facilitating transactions, ensuring compliance with regulations, and helping clients make informed decisions.

Yes, you can pay your own taxes and insurance. In many cases, homeowners choose to handle these responsibilities themselves. When it comes to property taxes, you will receive tax bills from your local government or tax authority, and you can make payments directly to them. Similarly, you can arrange to pay for homeowners insurance directly to your insurance provider.

The loan process can typically range from 20 to 45 days from the time of acceptance to closing, but it can vary depending on several factors such as the complexity of the loan,  responsiveness of all parties involved, and any potential delays in obtaining necessary documentation or appraisals. Working closely with your lender, providing all required information promptly, and staying in communication can help expedite the process.

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