Andrew White Group.
Quality living from a team that cares.
All of our agents are members of the National Association of Realtors® and proudly display the Realtor® logo. Realtors® are committed to treating all parties of a transaction honestly, must subscribe to a strict code of ethics, and are expected to maintain a higher level of knowledge of the process of buying and selling real estate. Our team is proficient in all aspects of real estate, including residential, investment and commercial properties, farms, lots, and acreage..
Our Realtors® live in the area, are active in the community, and command an unsurpassed knowledge of the local market. They can help to narrow your search to the right location, the right amenities, and the right price range, based on your criteria. They’ll make the appointments and preview properties with you, and help you determine the pros and cons of each one. Then, once you find the property that’s right for you, they’ll help you manage all phases of the purchase process.
After locating the property that matches your needs, our Realtors® will assist you throughout the purchasing process. They’ll help you:
Understand the earnest money agreement and disclosures.
Assist you in writing an offer, recommending contingencies, and negotiating counter offers. Our years of experience will help you arrive at a price that falls within your guidelines.
Handle transaction details.
In cooperation with your lender and the title and escrow company, our agents prepare a detailed estimate of the total costs involved with your purchase to avoid surprises later on.
Handle all the paperwork.
Take care of all the paperwork between you and the seller, the inspection company, and other entities. This includes checking to see that an escrow account is opened and that a preliminary title report is ordered.
Conduct property inspections.
We’ll help you select contractors to determine the property’s physical condition and ascertain whether other contingencies should be modified or added to your contract.
Work with you to negotiate the removal of contingencies, and determine whether to renew your search for a different property, based on the property’s inspection reports.
Work with your lender.
Stay in touch with your lender to make sure the financing or mortgage is on track.
Close the deal.
Attend closing, help facilitate the process, and address any concerns you may have.
Take possession and prepare for moving day.
Prior to closing, They will facilitate a smooth transition with the seller to help you take possession of your new property. If you’re moving into a brand new home, they will schedule a walk-through prior to your move-in date.