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AMGBUYERS PRESENTATIONABOUT THIS AGENT Your information goes here...(Below is just a placeholder) Brad Van De Walle found his calling in 2009 when he became a REALTOR®. Since then, Brad has created a powerful, successful, reliable team of agents across Canada. His ability to connect with all types of people, his understanding of the real estate industry and a unique sales approach have made Brad one of the most innovative agents in the country. Brad believes personal development, camaraderie and self respect create individual and team success. Brad has now started Agent Marketing Group, something he has dreamed about for some time. Agent Marketing Group was formed with one goal in mind; to bring together exceptional agents, marketing and services to produce exceptional results. Pride in the team radiates through Brad’s actions and personality. His career, his business partners and most importantly, his clients mean everything to him. “Agent Marketing Group is not in this for the transaction. We care about our clients, they become our friends, and we want what is best for them”. A savvy entrepreneur, Brad has found success in so many different areas of business. His understanding, experience and ambition has pushed him to become one of the most well-known, well-connected and well-liked people in the real estate industry.02WHYCHOOSE AGENT MARKETING WHAT TO LOOK FOR WHEN LOOKING FOR AN AGENT 1. EDUCATION. The most important factor in choosing a real estate professional is their education in the real estate industry. The Agent Marketing Group is so committed to education that we spend 25k a year just on training. This allows us to learn and be among on the of the top teams in the world. 2. EXPERIENCE AND EXPERTISE. You want a full-time agent who is familiar with your area and with the type of property you intend to sell. Do they employ a diverse range of marketing and advertising strategies? How tech-savvy is your agent? How many similar properties have they been able to sell in the past? 3. AVAILABILITY AND COMMITMENT. Your agent should be capable of prompt and decisive action during the course of selling your property. Does your agent make it a point to keep in touch with you constantly? Can your agent easily be contacted in case of emergencies or even for the simplest questions? Is your agent available on the weekends or in the evenings when most buyers are out looking? 4. EMPATHY. Does your agent take the time to listen to your goals and clarify your needs? Can your agent understand your unique situation and be genuinely concerned about the outcome of the process? Your listing agent will be your guide and partner in this crucial decision, so it is important to find one with whom you can get along.0405BUYING A HOME STEPS TO BUYING A HOME PART 1.... When purchasing a home, you are faced with a multitude of decisions! The primary one is whether you are actually prepared to purchase a home. Locating the perfect home is not always an easy task, and obtaining a mortgage loan can be a complex and tiring process. Although, once you have determined that you are ready to move forward with the required effort towards your home-purchasing goal, the rewards are unquestionable. While at your side each step of the way, we will make the process of purchasing a home easier, more enjoyable, less time-consuming, and less expensive than if you undertook this challenge on your own. We will help you prepare so that sellers perceive you as a preferred buyer, help you locate and assess properties for sale that match your specifications, and help you through the myriad of details attending the actual purchase. We are always familiar with the current homes on the market, and we know neighbourhood values well, so can help you determine which properties are fairly-priced and in good condition before you start your search. YOUR FIRST STEP Your first step to buying a home is to first ask yourself why you want to buy a home: to stop paying rent? To start building equity? To have a place of your own? To raise a family? To entertain business associates? To move up to a bigger house? Next, list what kind of home you’d like and where you would like to be. Be specific. Separate the “must haves” from the “want to haves.” Think of yourself as zeroing in on a target, going from the general to the specific. Consider area (city, suburban neighborhood, country); community (north, south, east, or west side); neighborhood (older and settled or sparkling new); a particular school zone; recreational facilities; and other community services such as transportation, day care, library, stores, entertainment). Ask yourself how many minutes you are willing to commute to work. Think about home styles. How much space do you need? Does your situation require a one-level home, or are stairs acceptable? Consider size and kind of property. Do you want a newer home, or maybe an older one to fix up? Someday you or your heirs will want to sell. Consider how long you expect to live in this particular home.BUYING BUYINGA A HOME STEPS TO BUYING A HOME PART 2.... LOAN PRE-QUALIFICATION Once you have addressed the above needs, your next step in the purchasing process is to get pre-qualified with a mortgage company. This can be done over the phone or even online in a matter of minutes. Call us and we will refer you to a mortgage professional who has an excellent reputation and track record for successfully acquiring loan approval for his/her clients. WE WILL FIND THE RIGHT HOMES FOR YOU Once you’ve been pre-qualified and know what price range you want to stay in, we can help you determine which properties fit your needs by using the (MLS) Multiple Listing Service system to locate them. We have the best possible resources and communication systems available today to help you locate the homes on the market that match your specifications. You can even search our listings on our website. WE WILL HELP YOU EVERY STEP OF THE WAY We will help you complete your financing and inspections, and close the transaction. Our top priority is to make sure that your home buying experience is pleasant, cost-efficient, and successful. The buying process can be a stressful one, but we assure all our clients that we will be by their side every step of the way. The Agent Marketing Group wants to make the process as easy and seamless as possible for all our clients and ensure that they reach their real estate goals.0809WHAT SELLERS MORTGAGE & BUYERS WANT MOST PREP DIFFERENT TYPES OF MORTGAGES Getting a mortgage is one thing. Getting a mortgage that best suits your situation is another. Some mortgage have less strings attached but have more strict stipulations, while others may be harder to get, but have more flexibility. It is important to have all the information about mortgages available to you before you decide to move forward in the purchase of a your home. Different types of mortgages can help you find the mortgage that best suits you. INCOME & ASSETS Most loan programs require the lender to verify all of your income sources. Typically you will need to provide pay stubs, your T-4 and copies of your tax returns. Lenders will also want to go through your assets and how much of a down payment you will have when determining your loan approval.. CREDIT HISTORY All lenders review a borrower’s credit history to determine the type of credit used, the amount owed, and the borrower’s repayment history.. DETERMINE YOUR PRICE RANGE The best place to start when buying a home is to find out how much house you can afford. A Greater Okanagan agent can refer you to a mortgage broker who can assist you with determining how much of a down payment you can afford, comfortable monthly payment, and the type of loan that fits your needs best. Serious buyers who are highly motivated should go through the effort of getting pre-approved; not only will this allow you to focus your home search, but it will also position you as a serious buyer in the eyes of sellers when the time comes to make an offer. MAKE A LIST AND PRIORITIZE Imagine your ideal home and location. Now make a list of everything you envisioned, take that list and break it down from high to low priority. High-priority items are the things you cannot live without in your new home. (Large Bedrooms, Large Closets, High-end appliances, proximity to amenities and schools, etc.). Lower-priority items are those that are an added bonus, but not necessary. (Jetted-tub, landscaped yard). TOUR HOMES IN PERSON AND ONLINE Some people look at several homes before finding just the right one. And others find “the one” immediately. Thanks to the internet, you can streamline your search process significantly by checking out homes for sale online. You can visit open houses and preview everything that’s for sale in your market on one of our websites.ONLINE FACTS & TOOLS LET’S GET ONLINE! Our innovative site connects sellers with buyers and gives you access to potential listings that fit your criteria before they are exposed to the masses. Our team uses the Internet and all online tools to help find the home that best suits you. With more than 90% of buyers checking the web, getting online is the most effective and efficient way to find your next home. Our web presence and online network will help speed up this process. Below shows that 99% of people search for a home using three main search engines. We make sure to connect to these sources in order to utilize every avenue, including our own, in order to find that ideal home for you.81% 12% 6%13HOW FIND HOMES WHATBUYERS WANTS SELLERS & NEEDS WANT MOST BEFORE YOU MAKE THE DECISION TO BUY, WHAT ARE THE THINGS THAT ARE MOST IMPORTANT TO YOU? MOTIVATION - What are the reasons you have decided to buy a home? Does your motivation justify your needs and wants? TIMING - What is your timeline and when are you looking to move into your home? PRICING - What is your price range? Typically this is one of, if not the most important factor when looking at purchasing a home. Does the home you are looking for fit your budget? DECISION MAKING - Will anyone else be involved in the decisions moving forward or are you the primary playcaller? LOCATION. LOCATION. LOCATION. - You’ve heard this before, but understand that there’s so much more to a property than simply where it is located. A desired location might come with many compromises. Are you willing to compromise? HOME TYPE & STYLE - From suburban townhomes to highrise condos and sprawling rural bungalows to community estates. Your personal style usually impacts the style of home you get, however, there are many factors that you must consider that play a huge role in the style and type of home you desire. HOME SIZE - How important is size? Obviously it matters, but if you are able to get something that meets your minimum requirements in a desired location but lacks some of the other things you want, would you be willing to compromise on those other things? These are common questions that you may need to ask yourself during the buying process. LOT SIZE - How big a backyard do you want? Enough room to entertain or for the kids to run around and play in? Does it matter what direction the backyard faces? FLOOR PLAN - What type of layout would you like in your home? Closed-compartments or open concept? Newer homes and newly renovated ones tend to have an open concept with a high focus on the kitchen, master bedroom and ensuite (if any), however, older homes usually are space defined by walls and compartmentalized with more focus on gathering spaces and less focus on the kitchen, master bedroom and ensuite. AMENITIES - What other features are you looking for in your new community? Shopping, transit, schools, proximity to work, local coffee shops, grocery stores, bike trails, parks, recreation facilities, etc. Amenities play in to your everyday lifestyle. Their convenience could make a huge different on the way you live your life. Consider this as an important factor when deciding what home fits your needs.BUYERS BUYING BUYING TIMELINE TIMELINE A HOME THE ROADMAP TO PREPARE YOU TO BUY YOUR NEXT HOME. Starting the journey to home-ownership can be overwhelming and stressful. But with a little planning, you’ll get the home that’s right for you. A home that strikes a balance between your “wish list” items and the practical realities of the property, location and the housing market. Before you know it, you’ll have a place to call your very own. A place to entertain. A place to decorate. A place to raise a family. It really is an exciting time! To help keep you on track, below is a step-by-step guide to buying your first home.BUILD A BUDGET This helps to determine what you can affordSTART ENJOY YOUR HOME! The process may be stressful at times, but the final result is always exciting!CLOSING DAY The day you legally get pocession of your home. Here’s the keys!MOVING PREPARATIONS Utilities moved, landlord notified & moving company chosen (if necessary)INVESTIGATE MORTGAGE OPTIONS Get pre-approved first!CHOOSE A REALTOR® Our team will play a vital role during the process.YOUR LOGOFINALIZE THE DEAL Mortgage is approved & lawyer finalizes the deal.GET A LAWYER You have to make sure you are covered legally with a real estate lawyer.START SEARCHING Go house hunting, create a wishlist and checksheet.MAKE THE OFFER Our team will present the offer to the seller. HOME INSPECTION Get an inspection from a qualified home inspector to avoid costly surprises.1617HOW FIND HOMES WHATBUYERS WRITING SELLERS AN OFFER WANT MOST GETTING STARTED All offers will be made in writing and presented to the seller’s representative/agent. All accepted terms and conditions carry through the life of the contract unless both parties agree to amend in writing. Below are some of the items we need to pay close attention to when writing an offer: PURCHASE PRICE You want a good buy but your offer must also be reasonable to the Seller. Low-ball offers can sometimes upset the seller and prevent further discussions. Make sure your offer is fair and reasonable. We will guide you through this part of the process to help find a reasonable offer to present, but ultimately, you decide how much the property is worth and what you are willing to pay for it. INCLUDED ITEMS What items do you want to included? (Fridge, washer, dryer, hot tub, window coverings?) EXCLUDED ITEMS What items do you not want to be left behind? Sometimes, the sellers will leave behind things they do not want. E.g. Deck furniture, barbecue, shed, outdoor garden light fixtures, etc. Make sure you are specific if there is something you do not want left behind. INITIAL DEPOSIT The importance of this item is often overlooked. This shows commitment and will secure the property for you. METHOD OF PAYMENT Will this be a cash sale or a traditional mortgage and how much of a down-payment are you providing? POSSESSION When does the property legally change ownership, when do you receive keys? This is important for you because it helps you organize the transition of your move and make necessary arrangements. SELLER DISCLOSURES What information about the home should you be asking for? We will guide you through this process so you completely understand what you should be asking for. *After considering all terms, the seller may ACCEPT, COUNTER, or REJECT the offer. Be prepared to counter if necessary.HOME BUYERS BUYING INSPECTION TIMELINE A HOME BE COMPLETELY INFORMED BEFORE YOU BUY THE INSPECTION PROCESS Hiring an experienced home inspector will help you discover it’s true condition and what you can not see. We have a group of trusted inspectors who can assist you in making sure your potential purchase is a safe one. Some of the things home inspectors investigate are: > > > > > > > >Structural (Cracks in walls, concrete floor or foundation) Electrical (Over-wiring, over-lamping, or lights Flickering) Interior (Poorly maintained/falling apart, mold issues) Exterior (Grade sloping, eavesthrough, siding/stucco) Roof (Damaged or worn shingles, water penetration) Heating (Poor ventilation/circulation or older furnace) Plumbing (Drippy faucets, runny toilets, leaky pipes) Insulation (Heat loss, poorly blown attic insulation)The inspection is vitally important if you want to learn about your new home and determine the condition the home is in. Being an informed buyer means you should always be aware of the potential pitfalls of the buying process and understand what to expect throughout the process.20MOVING BUYERS BUYING CHECKLIST TIMELINE A HOME IMPORTANT INFORMATION It is important that you use this checklist in order to be well-prepared when buying a home. The last thing you would want to happen is to move into a home without the necessities in life such as electricity, gas, water, or work/school related services such as internet/phone, etc. Be sure everything is in order to keep things running smoothly during the buying process. If you need assistance, we are always here to lend a helping hand. It`s what we do! 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