Not all buyer's agents are the same. When you work with iHome Realty to purchase a home, you get an experienced guide who will help you through the process and ensure that you get the home of your dreams at the lowest possible price. And it's all at no charge to you, since the seller pays the buyer's agent commission!
At iHome Realty, we are passionate about helping you find the perfect home for you and your family. We bring extensive knowledge of the details of the buying process, as well as the communities throughout Gwinnett County and the north Atlanta metro area that are our company's focus.
Whether you're an experienced buyer or a first-time homeowner, you may have questions about the details of the home buying process. Here are answers to some of the questions we hear most frequently:
What is the role of the Buyer’s Agent?
We believe that the role of the buyer's agent is to provide consultation and guidance throughout the process, all the way to the closing table. We follow an established process with every client before they find a house and make an offer. Our process prevents costly and embarrassing errors and puts your mind at ease, making the home buying process fun.
Can you help me find the right financing?
With many years of experience in buying and selling, we are familiar with many different types of mortgage loans and other financing options. We will help you identify your unique needs and can refer you to a trusted mortgage broker who will work with you to obtain financing that fits your life.
Can you help me with the inspection?
When you have the right to inspect, you also have the liability for damage to the home that your inspector might cause. Hiring the right inspector with the right credentials – including rock-solid liability insurance – is critical. We can refer you to a qualified, insured inspector and guide you through the important inspection process.
Can you help me avoid buyer’s remorse?
A recent survey found that 86% of home buyers experienced some level of remorse about their new home. Potential causes include unfamiliarity with the neighborhood and any rules or covenants it might have, discovering unpleasant news about your neighbors, learning that someone died in the home, learning that you could have found better financing, or – of course – learning about a defect or required repair in the home that did not come up in the inspection. When you work with iHome Realty as your buyer's agent, we will help you investigate every detail of your new home and give you the guidance you need to be fully satisfied with your purchase for years to come.