Sold and settled!
Successful bank/foreclosure sale for my first time home buyers in sought after Cheverly, MD on a small street, 3132 Hillside Ave.
It is a split level home with 3 bedrooms upstairs with a good size kitchen and a nice deck off of the dining room.
The lower level features a family/t.v. room and side entrance to the yard, as well as the 4th bedroom and full bath. A few steps down, the open basement features the laundry room and a good size play area.
And, the buyers already have instant equity in the home as it appraised above sales price!
I am very thankful that the buyers were referred to me be a past client. Other than buying or selling another home with me, the best compliment is referring me to your family, friends and relatives who are thinking of moving.
In addition the lender and the home owner's insurance person were excellent and I would never hesitate to refer them.
In any sort of working relationship, communication is a big key. The buyers and I had very effective communication, which is particularly important for me to stress as there was a language barrier. We connected, understood each other and I was able to work hard to ensure they secured the purchase of this new home.
We had a full service settlement with a language interpreter...if you have friends and family where there may be a language barrier, we can work to have someone at settlement. The inspector offered for a fee to have a language interpreter at the inspector, but the buyers passed on it.
As a realtor, I found this client's home buying process to be particularly rewarding and am so happy to have secured for them their new home at 3132 Hillside Ave in Cheverly, MD.
An interesting note: sometimes the land records and tax records show a home being located in different cities. In this case, the home was listed as being in Cheverly, while the land records showed it being in Landover. Neither is wrong. If you ever notice this with a home you are in the process of buying, selling or already own, you should not be alarmed, and, at the same time, feel comfortable asking the settlement attorney about this to make sure it isn't an error.
I am here for them and will do whatever I can for customers to literally understand what is going on during their purchase or sale. In fact, the home inspector offered to include in fee an interpreter as well. This is a real important service and value when people are signing papers for a massive purchase like a house.
I consider it my job to make sure my sellers and buyers understand the entire home selling/buying process and work to meet whatever needs their may be, whether it is what times work and don't work for showing/seeing homes, what kind of loan(s) and home owner's insurance policy will work best for them, work through commuting issues to the best possible solution and working to have a language interpreter when necessary.
Who do you know that is looking to make a smooth move and needs a hard working, efficient realtor who will do whatever he can to make the selling/buying experience easiest and most pleasant for clients? Even if they aren't looking to move now but have real estate questions or want to talk about the real estate market, I would be delighted to either reach out to them or them reach out to me...whatever is easier for them.
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