Buying Your Home - Getting Started
An Overview for Efficiently Buying Your Home
We often find ourselves discussing the same topics about buying a home in Summit and Park Counties and though it would be helpful to share them with you.
Please contact us for additional information on these topics, or for any other home buying questions you may have.
If a buyer is going to finance the home, being prequalified is important for a smooth transaction – even if the buyer feels they’re well qualified.
We’ve learned that there can be some confusion about what being prequalified entails.
We cover what’s required of you to become prequalified (not a lot) and a quick start guide to the actual loan process up here.
Link here to go to the prequalification page, or download the prequalification FAQ below.
Buying a Home for Short-Term Rentals
Second-home owners in Summit County often rent their homes as short-term rentals.
If this is your plan, having a broad outline of the considerations for short-term rentals will help ensure your success with the property.
The buying considerations will include location, layout, and regulations, along with other factors.
Link here to go to the short-term rental page or download the short-term rental FAQ below.
Finding Your Ideal Home
While there are many options for homes up here, there are only a few homes configured to meet your unique needs and wants.
To quickly find the homes which will work best for you, we created a questionnaire for covering the essential attributes for your ideal home.
The questionnaire saves a huge amount of time for everyone and allows for a much tighter and focused home buying process.
You can link to the home questionnaire page here.
There are two types of Real Estate Agent relationships for real estate buyers in Colorado. An agent will be working for you either as a “Transaction Broker” or a “Buyer’s Agent”.
We outlined both relationships so you can be fully informed on the difference between the two.
Link here to go the agent relationships page, or download the agency relationship FAQ.
For more information on these topics, or questions about the area or available homes, please contact us.
We look forward to speaking with you!