How Hiring an Agent Can Help Alleviate Stress

Dated: 06/06/2018

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Hire an Agent

Purchasing a home can be a stressful experience, whether you're a first-time buyer or you've been through the process before.  But that's one of the reasons why working with a real estate professional is so worthwhile.  With your agent's guidance, buying a home should be enjoyable, rather than stressful.  Here are some of the more unique circumstances where your agent can make your life much easier.  

Out-of-Town Buyers   If you're looking for vacation homes or moving to a new city, there's a good chance that viewing homes will be difficult.  You could be a long drive or even a plane ride away.  With today's video messaging apps, your agent can walk you through a property virtually.  It's not the same as walking through in person, but it will at least give you an idea whether a property is worth pursuing further.  

When Life Is Just Too Crazy   If you're just getting too busy with everything else going on in your life, a good Buyer's Agent should be able to recognize the situation and help you take a step back.  They can suggest that you take a few weeks off from your home search to recharge if necessary, or narrow (or expand) your focus to target what's really important to your next home purchase.  

Inspection Issues   You're dreaming about move-in day, and then some unforeseen issues turn up during the inspection.  A good agent can help work out these issues so the deal doesn't derail.  

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Rhonda Wright

For most people, a home is one of the largest purchases they will ever make. My clients hire me to make the process of buying or selling their home go as smoothly as possible. At the end of the tran....

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