Choices that you will make today, will shape your future.


Buying The Home

Buying a home can be one of your most significant investments in life. Not only are you choosing your dwelling place, and the place in which you will bring up your family, you are most likely investing a large portion of your assets into this venture. The more prepared you are at the outset, the less overwhelming and chaotic the buying process will be. Our goal is to provide you with detailed information and assist you in making an intelligent and informed decision.

How Can We Help You?


Anyone can spend a few minutes online and pull information on sales of comparable houses, but our team has the experience to know whether a specific house is overpriced or under priced. Not only can we provide all the data on local home sales that you want to see, but we can also bring assets to the deal that come from years of watching waves of transactions in the neighborhood.


We are able to identify trouble that you may not see, as well as recommend a good independent home inspector who will provide a detailed report on problems with the house. These reports can be dozens of pages long. Within all those pages, some problems are important and others aren’t. If the house is in reasonably good condition, requests for repairs can make or break a deal. We have a good sense of what’s reasonable to request and what’s excessive. In many cases, it depends on you as the buyer, too. Feel Good Real Estate Team can read the situation and suggest what would work for you.


Though most homes for sale are widely available for you to assess on web sites, in some cases, sellers don’t want the fact that they’re selling to be widely publicized. In those cases, only we know the houses are for sale. Sometimes health problems, financial problems or divorce factor into the need for privacy. Either way, working with us gives you access to homes you might otherwise miss seeing.


The paperwork can be tiresome and this is when we can save the day. The odds of missing something, not initialing a margin or not checking a box, can drop substantially when you’re working with someone who knows the paperwork inside and out.


There are a lot of small details in negation process and it’s easy to lose your cool. Having us to write the requests objectively and forward them to the seller saves you the trouble of getting overly emotional about the deal.


If you want to buy a charming little house near a business district and turn the front parlor into a candle store, you need to know if the city will allow it. We know local zoning ordinances to make sure you don’t buy the wrong house. By the same token, if you want to build a fence in the backyard or add a bedroom, our team will make sure you’re buying a property where the city allows it.

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