Don't be Unpleasantly Surprised When you Close

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Don't be Unpleasantly Surprised When you Close on your Home - Avoid Nightmares



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When you are buying a new home, you assume that the previous owner is up to date paying their taxes, and that they do not owe for any past repairs (Mechanic’s Liens). You may also assume that they have closed all Opened Permits, Code Violations, etc. Unfortunately, often this is not true, and this has led to horror stories for countless amounts of buyers.

Most of these nightmares could be traced back to the fact that not enough attention was paid to details before presenting an Offer to Purchase. Once you close and the property is transferred to you, you inherit all the existing problems, Liens, Open Permits, etc.

Most Real Estate Agents tend to disregard these problems, I’ll address these possible problems, when we present the Offer to Purchase. I am not in this just to make a commission. To avoid these problems, I will insert special wording into the Offer to Purchase to keep you safe, and get you into the home of your dreams.

In addition I'll order a Lien Search with the Title Company we use.


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I can help you if you’re moving to Broward, FL to cities like Plantation, Davie, Cooper City, Southwest Ranches, Fort Lauderdale, Weston, and other cities in Broward County.


Happy Home Searching!