The search for your dream home begins in your present home. By asking yourself key questions about what you like, you'll save time in the house-hunting process.
- What style of home do you like –– two story, ranch, split-level, something else?
- What size of home do you need –– number of bedrooms, baths?
- What are your priorities in home features –– garage, gourmet kitchen, fireplace, first-floor family room, formal dining room or other features?
- What natural features outside the home are most significant to you –– woods, hills, streams, lakes, others?
At Champion, we will provide you with a complete Property and Pricing Analysis, which will include sold, expired and active listings; tax records;and seller equity, if available.
We will disclose to you any known seller urgency.
We will provide you with community information.
We will help identify possible property pitfalls which may require additional evaluation, such aslead-based paint, underground storage tanks, asbestos, contaminated well, radon, and septic problems, etc.
We will help you sort through the pros and cons of every property until you have selected your new home!
Together we will determine the frequency and best methods of communicating with you –– by telephone, fax, e-mail or in person.
We are linked to the entire market, including the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) and the Internet, and will provide you with up-to-date information on every available property.
As a professional, your Champion sales associate knows all of the right questions to ask and, as your advocate, will pass that beneficial information along to you.
We will respond to all of your inquiries in a timely manner and listen to your comments.
Current Market Conditions Analysis
We will analyze inventory supply, whether it is a buyer’s or seller’s market and how many days the inventory has been on the market.
We will analyze the current market as it relates to contract negotiation: Have there been multiple contracts on recent sales; what percent of recent contracts are full price; will a pre-approval help our negotiating position, and how can we get our contract accepted.