Buying a home and don’t know where to start?

We hear you.

Buying a home can be overwhelming - but it doesn’t have to be. At SoldNest, our agents are committed to helping you through every step of the home buying process, from answering each and every question that comes to mind, to explaining the ins and outs of the logistical steps involved – all with a 1% credit for you as the homebuyer.

We’ve broken down the process into three steps:

Starting Your Home Search
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  • Partner With Your SoldNest Agent

    We’re your partner from the minute we meet to the day you close your home purchase, and we do it all with a 1% credit and no cost to you as the client.

  • Get Pre-Approved

    Securing a pre-approval letter will allow you to determine your budget in advance, and indicate to prospective sellers that you’re serious about buying a home.

  • Search for Homes

    Check out real estate sites like Redfin, Zillow and to see what’s out there. When you see a home that you would potentially love to call your own, get in touch with your agent to set up a viewing.

Before Your Offer is Accepted
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  • Attend Showings

    Attend open houses on your own, or contact your agent to set up private showings.

  • Research Thoroughly

    Your agent will collect data from recent sales, request the seller’s disclosures, and carefully assess all reports and relevant inspections before walking you through what a potential offer might look like.

  • Make an Offer

    Your agent will assemble your offer package for you. This will include documents such as your offer contract, pre-approval letter, proof of funds and acknowledgement of the seller’s disclosure package.

After Your Offer is Accepted
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  • Start the Closing Process

    Once your offer is accepted and your deposit has been submitted, you will then begin the process of taking out a mortgage, and carrying out any necessary inspections.

  • Your Loan

    After submitting to underwriting, you and your loan officer will be in contact regarding any further documentation they may need.

  • Closing the Sale

    After both you and the seller sign the final documents, you’re officially a homeowner.