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Last Updated: November 19, 2017

The most important step in buying a condo

While most people wouldn’t trust a podiatrist to operate on their brain, it’s surprising how many turn to a friend, relative or colleague for help with one of the biggest decisions of their lives, buying a first or second home. But it doesn’t take a doctorate degree to know what studies show: when buying or selling a condo in Myrtle Beach or other great Grand Strand communities, the sooner you take advantage of the knowledge and expertise of a professional Realtor, the better.

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A Helpful Realtor

First, REALTORS® can help you determine your budget for investing in a new condo, explain various financing options, and refer you to lenders best able to handle your needs.

REALTORS® provide objectivity. Just because it’s love at first sight with a vacation condo for sale in Myrtle Beach or elsewhere in the Grand Strand doesn’t make it a good buy or the right house for you. REALTORS® provide the objective viewpoint needed in assessing all aspects of a buying a condo.

Your REALTOR® knows there’s more to negotiations than just price and understands the complexities of contracts as they relate to financing, terms, repairs, furnishings and more. And REALTORS® provide due diligence for property, making sure required tests and inspections are taken care of and that there’s a clear and unencumbered title. Plus, they are there to help guide you through the closing process.

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Your REALTOR® Will Help In The Negotiation Process

Finally, REALTORS® know the market like no one else. Just having access to the MLS can only go so far in helping anyone in the market for Myrtle Beach, North Myrtle Beach, Surfside Beach, or other great Grand Strand condos for sale. With a network of previous clients, referrals, friends, colleagues in building and related trades, and other REALTORS®, a REALTOR® knows what’s on the market, what’s coming on the market and what the market’s doing at any given point in time.

 

 

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