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MLS# U7850476

Magnificent custom waterfront home with open Tampa Bay views. It's a true boaters paradise with docking accommodations for up to a 70' vessel and is situated on an oversized lot in a quiet cul-de-sac on Brightwaters Blvd. This OPEN FLOOR PLAN home...
Visit this property in ST PETERSBURG: 2027 BRIGHTWATERS BLVD NE, ST PETERSBURG

MLS# T2881617

Nowhere on the Gulf of Mexico will you find a fortress like this, built on a high bluff, with secure underground private parking and leading down to a protected waterway with deep boat access. Built for the ultimate in entertaining with...
Visit this property in LARGO: 204 HARBOR VIEW LN, LARGO

MLS# T3125840

A developer's ideal assemblage available in the fast growing Hillsborough County, convenient to Adamo Dr, I-75, Highway 301 with easy access to the Selmon Expressway, too. Some parcels will need rezoning for full commercial use. There is also an...
Visit this property in TAMPA: 1107 90TH ST S, TAMPA

MLS# U7839049

According to reports ranked #1. Sliding doors from the living areas lead to open covered wrap around terrance with panoramic views. This 4 th floor condo with its own private foyer leads to 2911 square feet of living space with 4 bedrooms and 3....
Visit this property in CLEARWATER BEACH: 15 SOMERSET ST #4-A, CLEARWATER BEACH


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Steps to Buying a Home

When you want to buy a home, there are a few steps that will be taken in order to make the home buying process quick and easy.

1. Select a real estate agent in your area.

2. Get a loan pre-approval.

3. Look at properties with your agent based on your criteria and select homes that meet your needs.

4. After a home is selected, the agent will be able to give you suggestions toward a good offer to help negotiate the best deal for you.

5. Have the agent present your offer. The seller could accept, counter-offer, or reject the offer you have submitted.

6. If an offer is accepted and signed by both parties, it becomes a contract. An escrow is opened.

7. There is a certain time period allowed to get financing, inspections of the property, and to satisfy any other contingencies subject to the purchase. Contingencies often include the transfer disclosure statement, preliminary title report, termite report, and a loan approval by your lender.

8. The lender needs an insurance policy to be purchased and submitted to escrow.

9. In some cases, a deposit of the remainder of the down payment need to be put in escrow at least 24 hour prior to the close.

10. Once all of the conditions of the agreement are met, you will sign the loan documents and all of the closing papers. The lender will deposit the money and the loan will proceed. The deed will be recorded in the county recording office and you are now the proud owner of your new home.

 

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