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Tips for Buying Your Next Home

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The current real estate market is looking good for buyers. Interest rates have trended down again and the Hawaiʻi market remains stronger than most. Ready to buy your next home? Always consult with a Realtor, and be a smart buyer with these tips: 

 

  • Always get a pre-approved loan commitment before looking at any properties.

  • Obtain a Comprehensive Market Analysis of properties you are considering for purchase. 

  • Let your Realtor do the walking. He/she will preview new listings daily and select those that best meet your requirements. 

  • Leave the negotiating to your Realtor. 

  • Don't be a lone wolf. Seek professional assistance from attorneys, CPAs, tax advisors, etc.

  • Insist upon a professional home inspection.

 

Remember, just keep it simple! Consider making your offer to purchase as clean and straightforward as possible and as always, consult with your real estate professional. If you don't have an agent, CLICK HERE to find one now.

 

 

For more information, call East Oʻahu Realty (EOR) at 396-2000, or visit eastoahu.com. View EOR’s latest report HERE.

 

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