A real estate agent is usually the first person that most people speak to during the homebuying process. She will do an excellent job of searching for properties in the El Paso Area that meet your needs.
When you begin your home search, you might start with an online search. While these property listing sites provide formatted data on available properties, a REALTOR® like Imebel will have access to the latest information and can provide any updates or correct misinformation found online.
A REALTOR® like Imebel can work on your behalf. When you’re buying a home, it’s important to work with a buyer’s agent with experience, whose responsibility is to you, not the seller.
Ask Imebel all the questions that are important to you — how much other homes in the area recently sold for, how long those homes were on the market, and any other questions that might help you make an informed decision.
Inspecting the Home
Once you have found a home, made an offer, and signed the contract to buy, it’s time to hire a home inspector. The contract will specify how many days you have to get the inspection. The home inspector will come to check things like structural integrity, plumbing, electrical systems, heating and cooling, the condition of windows, walls, door frames, ceilings, the attic — basically anything that can be seen without going into walls.
The Last Stop: The Person Who Checks Ownership of the Home
The title company checks the ownership of the home to make sure there are no potential disputes with previous owner, and they will ultimately issue title insurance for the property.