How I Work For You

Dated: 07/22/2017

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How I work onyour behalfChecklist 

This checklist focuses our discussion on what you should know to optimizeyour homebuying experience. If you have any questions not covered here,please ask me.

 ❏ Your representation choices – how to protect your best interests – whatyou and I can reveal and what is protected

 ❏ Buyer representation agreement – mutual loyalty – how I will representyou 

❏ Getting qualified – your first step in the homebuying process – I can helpyou choose a lender 

❏ Calling other brokers – let me do the legwork 

❏ New home sales – I work with builders – registration process at firstcontact 

❏ FSBOs – how I can help you buy a For Sale By Owner and still representyou 

❏ Viewing property – interaction with the seller 

❏ Efficiency tips – driving neighborhoods first, prioritizing 

❏ Earnest money – how much, when deposited, how applied 

❏ Option fee – buying the right to terminate for any reason – your safety net– option period

 ❏ Seller’s disclosure – disclosure up front so you buy with full knowledge

❏ Property inspection – what you are really looking for – structural andmajor system defects 

❏ Writing a contract – buying right, crafting a good offer 

❏ Negotiating – offer, counteroffer – best terms and price

 ❏ Contract-to-close – orchestrating all of the players 

❏ Your referral business – earning your trust and confidence

Laura Murdock

RE/MAX American Dream


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