What Do We Mean When We Say Buyer Ready Day One
Jason Fox of The Madrona Group Real Estate Team explains why it is a good idea to be buyer ready day one. What that means and how it will benefit you the home buyer.
This is the another video in our series of videos that outline our Home Buyer Presentation.
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Both Joe Kiser and Jason believe that it is beneficial that we sit down with home buyers and especially first time home buyers and go over the state of the current real estate market. That way we are all on the same page and have a good understanding of the current state of the market.
It is also important that everyone understands how the process works, what type of forms are going to be used, and a clarification of the different services we will be using and what role they play.
Hi everybody it’s Jason Fox and when
you’re getting ready to start your home
search to buy your new home we want you
to be Buyer Ready Day One. Every market is
a little bit different and there are
some factors that kind of help
differentiate the different markets.
Some of those are interest rates, the
season, and inventory. Those different
factors can help determine whether or
not there are a what we call a backlog
of buyers. The backlog of buyers can
be a small medium or large amount of
buyer pool that are looking to buy in a
particular timeframe. Knowing these
factors can help us prepare a strategy
for you as the buyer to make sure that
we’re not only finding you the
house that you love but we’re also
making sure that we get you the very
best possible price. That we’re
competitive in our bidding processes, if
that is what is necessary. When we walk
into a home and you say, wow this is the
one, then everything can start to move
pretty quickly so it’s important that we
are familiar with all the forms,
the different moving pieces and also
where the market is at and what it might
take to craft an offer. To have a strategy
to buy the home not only to get the home
that you love but to try to get the very
best price and terms possible. It’s
important that we understand the market
or that we’re Buyer Ready Day One.