Florida Executive Realty buyers move across the county, state and country to relocate to our beautiful area. Buyers purchase more property here because of corporate changes, city attractions, investment opportunities, or just to fulfill their dreams of returning to the place they once called home.
Florida Executive Realty agents are trained experts in their field. They know how to steer you in the right direction with each and every move. We pride ourselves on quality customer service, first-hand industry education and more sold properties than the local competition.
Let's begin the property buying process so that you can understand how easy and hassle-free Florida Executive Realty agents make it for you, our valued client.
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Preparing to buy a property can be both exciting and terrifying at the same time. Fortunately, a Florida Executive Realty agent can lead you in the right direction toward the property for your dreams. You first may want to ask yourself these questions:
You will want to make a list or brainstorm about the features and amenities that you find most appealing in a new property.
Before you choose a real estate agent, it is important to do your homework on the real estate companies in your area.
When choosing a Realtor, do not be afraid to meet with many different agents. They are, after all, competing for your business. This competition is what makes the real estate industry successful.
Feel free to ask them the following questions:
Once you have chosen an agent, it is important to establish specific goals that you would like to meet. It is very important to communicate with your real estate agent and, in turn, that your real estate agent communicates with you.
It is important as a buyer that you establish some kind of plan for payment of the property with either investors, cash, or financing before you make any serious offer.
If you need financing, your Florida Executive Realty agent can help you help you find a lender that you feel comfortable with, and that offers programs best-suited to your needs.
Now it is time to start the exciting search for properties! You may want to narrow down your search by asking yourself the following questions:
Searching for a property is becoming easier than years ago. We now have multiple databases online that help make the selection and viewing processes more convenient.
Beginning the search for your new property can be a great feeling. It is important that you directly communicate what you desires in a property are to your real estate agent.
You may want to first begin by making a list of the features and benefits that are most important in your pursuit of finding a property. These could be:
Selecting a property should be relatively easy once a property falls somewhere in your criteria and the property is desirable for purchase.
You will want to inform your real estate agent what you like about the property and make a list of your likes and dislikes with the property. Though you will most likely have done this already in a general sense, it is important to do it again for specific properties you have in interest in.
There are three steps in selecting a property:
This is all a part of the negotiation process.
Communicating about the property and how it makes you feel is important when making this decision.
During this period you will review relevant documents for incoming producing properties (ex: rental income, occupancy rates, leases, ect.), inspect the property, review zoning & local ordinances, and any other research, testing, or inspections that need to be completed in order to assess if the property will be acceptable for whatever commercial use you desire.
There are many different forms of insurance:
The closing process is always changing. It is even referred to as "settlement" or "escrow" in different parts of the country. With increased technology, most closings are completely automated and both parties do not have to be present at the same time to sign.
The closing process is the transfer of the title of the property from the seller to the buyer. The buyer will receive the keys to the property or the deed to the land, while the seller receives payment for the property. The amount the seller receives is based upon the amount that is still owed on the mortgage, any outstanding fees or taxes, and any additional closing costs. All legal papers are filed with the local record office.