McLean Detached Home Purchasing Tips
Most of the residences in Chesterbrook Farm were built in 1993. This real estate is asking $2,199,000. Agent's remarks
The internet and technology have changed the real estate industry dramatically over the past few years. While some licensed real estate advisers have adapted well, others are still trying to catch up – choose wisely. Julie Nesbitt uses the latest technology to get results for our buyers.
Don't make any large purchases or open new credit lines when you're shopping for a home. New credit lines and large purchases can distort the home shopper's DTI (debt to income) ratio and can cause a loan approval to be withdrawn.
Shopping for detached home online can increase the buyer client's temptation to bump up the price range. “Some real estate shoppers just have trouble sticking to the budget,” says Will Nesbitt, a courteous real estate agent in McLean, Virginia. “One way to avoid this mistake is to get preapproved for a loan so you know exactly how much you can actually afford.”
Get a buyer's rebate, without working with a corporate team. Nesbitt Realty offers a rebate to buyer clients but we do so while providing hands-on one-on-one client support. Alain Clerinx will work with you from your first search until settlement to make things your hopes come true!
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