The Realty Reality
Buying a new home can be an exciting and exhilarating experience, but Daniel Brown also knows that many real estate transactions are very personal, can be complicated, and can often involve lots of frustration. Take comfort in knowing that with Daniel's experience and knowledge in the industry, he will be there for you every step of the way to ensure that your buying experience is as successful and worry free as humanly possible.
When Daniel assists prospective buyers in locating a new home, he listens carefully to their goals. This helps him select the criteria for choosing the perfect home, neighborhood and location for you, all at a price range that meets your personal and financial goals.
If you are using a relocation company with your move, Daniel Brown can easily be added to your relocation company’s list of preferred agents. Simply contact Daniel Brown by any of the means above before you visit the Roanoke Valley area. It’s easy, just let your relocation company know that he is working with you, and they will contact him to make all of the necessary arrangements.
10 Tips For First-Time Buyers
Each year more than 40 percent of all homes are purchased by first-time buyers according to the National Association of Realtors, a percentage which should offer some comfort if you're about to buy a first home. Others have done it, others are doing it, and you can too.
But like most things, there are ways to make the process easier... Read More...
Questions Every Buyer Should Ask
When you're in the market for a home, it seems as if there are millions of questions to ask --
and no doubt plenty more.
As buyers we become so wrapped up in the physical aspects of the house -- the rooms, amenities, and structure -- that we give less attention to quiet issues which may strongly impact our ability to enjoy a home. Read More...
What You Should Know About Making an Offer
Once you're pre-approved for a loan and you've survived the rigors of house hunting, the time will come when you find a house that you'd like to call home. But first, you'll need to make an offer.
The offer is the first step in the negotiation process. A good basic offer includes the price you're willing to pay for the house, your financing terms, and contingencies, such as specifying what will happen if negative findings come up during the inspection. Read More...
8 Tips for Protecting Yourself When You Buy a House
If you're getting ready to buy a house during what is typically the busiest buying and selling time of the year, then offers may be flying, loans may seem confusing, and everything may be moving way too fast. That's why it's important to do everything you can to protect yourself throughout the entire home buying process.
Low mortgage interest rates and a strong underlying demand for housing drove total state existing-home sales to a new record in the first quarter of 2003 Read More...
Buying? Twelve Red Flags That Should Raise Concern
Indeed, more than 40 percent of the previously owned homes on the market have at least one serious defect, according to HouseMaster, a major home inspection company with offices in more than 390 cities in the United States and Canada."Virtually every 'used' home needs some repair or improvement," said Kathleen Kuhn, CEO and president of HouseMaster. "That's to be expected. But with today's high prices Read More...
Purchasing a home is probably the single biggest investment you will ever make. Before closing on the house, you'll want to know that no other individual or entity has a right, lien or claim to the property.
Title Insurance = Peace of Mind
Typically your title insurance will protect you from loss if: Read More...