It is spring in Oakland County! Well, almost. We’re going on listing appointments like crazy, and sellers from Ferndale to Shelby are getting their homes to sell. Time for Spring Market Stats! Because of our seasonal climate here in Oakland County, a substantial portion of our annual sales happen from February through June. There is […]
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What Happens to the Earnest Money Deposit?
Deadly Second Opinions
I see it happen all the time. After trudging through, both online and in person, the multitude of homes for sale, our Buyer has finally found a good house. They are ecstatic. They have walked, measured and completed their due diligence and are ready to make an offer! Not so fast…before they do, they want […]
6 Things Buyers Should Do Before Pulling the Trigger
The Walk Through:What Is It & Why Should I Care?
Every purchase agreement my team writes has a provision that gives the buyer the right to “walk through” the property within 48 hours of closing and/or possession. The point is to make sure the property is in substantially the same condition as the date of the offer, excepting normal wear and tear. The items negotiated […]