Tuesday, October 27, 2009

“Stay focused--you're buying a home, not appliances and fixtures.”

It's easy for home buyers to get side-tracked when negotiating the purchase of a home. With such a large price tag, you want to get as much out of the deal as possible.

Unless the sales contract states otherwise, anything physically attached to a home usually conveys with it--ceiling fans, chandeliers, light fixtures, etc. Negotiations can break down, though, when sellers want to take a particular item with them (perhaps for sentimental reasons), or they're only willing to convey an item at an additional cost. As a buyer, you should remain flexible. Getting too caught up in the details could mean losing what you really want--the home.

What did the house down the street sell for? Want to know call me or visit my website.If you would like to know what your homes current value is, please contact me for a free evaluation.

If you are starting your search now to buy in the future, why not search like a realtor. Sign up for listing book, a free service I provide with no strings attached.Here is the link: http://a107021.listingbook.com or call Mike at Cribbin Realty 636-294-6061 or Mike@cribbinrealty.com

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