I got a reference of Rosa from one of my well respected friends. During our first meeting itself we noticed that Rosa is highly customer focused, and honest. We were very impressed with her approach towards helping us buy our first investment property. During our entire property search process, Rosa always put her best to get the property we were looking for. It took about 4 months for us to find the right property. Rosa made herself available even on weekends to accommodate our schedule and worked always towards our interest. Rosa ensured that we purchased the kind of property we wanted and she never pushed us to purchase a wring property. I've already recommended Rosa to two of my friends. We are pretty sure that Rosa will be the realtor to help us with our next investment property purchase.
- Jignesh Thakkar
My husband and I joked around about rating Rosa an 11 out of 10. I beat him by saying 12 out of 10. But we truly felt this way. She is an amazing person and the best realtor we could have ever worked with. She is on top of things and gets things done. More importantly, she focuses on clients needs and explained everything in detail. We are satisfied and grateful for everything she has done. We are certain that she is the best realtor that United Real Estate has!
- Elizabet and Heriberto Vidales
We had the best experience! We are very happy how things turned out. Excellent! Rosa Bueno made our home buying a breeze. She listened to our needs and she delivered. We will recommend her to our family and friends. She is trustworthy and excellent at what she does.
- Ema and David Favela
Are you ready to get started?! Once you've determined that you are ready to purchase a home, there are few things as exciting as searching for just the right property to call your own.
Remember, shopping for a home is a process that, whenever possible, should not be rushed. Make sure that you perform adequate research on the area, neighborhoods and the homes available on the market before you buy. You should do your best to look carefully and, whenever possible, try not to let your emotions make your final decision.
An open house can be an opportunity for you to get information about homes and the housing market. Open houses are a common real estate practice because they give an agent the opportunity to market the home and to meet prospective buyers.
Here are some questions you may want to ask:
Are you the listing agent for this house? Busy agents sometimes arrange for a colleague or assistant to conduct the open house. Don’t assume the person showing the home is knowledgeable about the house or has met the sellers.
How long has the home been on the market? Well-priced homes in good condition generally sell in a short period of time. Unless the local market is weak, you will want to know why a particular home is not selling. Are there hidden defects? Is it overpriced? Are the sellers requiring something that may seem unreasonable as a condition of the sale?
Have the sellers received any offers? If the sellers rejected offers that were too low or had contingencies or conditions, you should find out before you experience the same.
Is any furniture or fixturing being sold with the house? If you’re thinking of buying the home, there is no better time to ask whether the seller would be interested in including the patio furniture or the dining room chandelier.
Are there any special costs attached to the property? Is there a homeowner’s association that has dues or fees? Are there particular tax assessments? Are there any natural hazard issues to be aware of? Are there any hidden costs of owning the home?
How does this house compare to others on this street? The local agent may be able to speak about recent sales in the neighborhood as well as some interior ideas seen in other homes.
When searching for a home, it’s easy to get overwhelmed with information and to forget the details of each particular home you’ve viewed - that’s why I’ve created this list to help you keep track of all the information you need to help you in this important decision.
Use this calculator to determine how much house you can afford. By entering details about your income, down payment, and monthly debts, you can estimate the mortgage amount that works with your budget.
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