The purchasing processes can be a strange shifting enigma, but it shouldn't have to be. At Sundquist, we want you to be as knowledgeable as possible. After all, buying a home can be fraught with paperwork, things called "mutual acceptance" and "escrow," and plenty of other things that make a home buyer shake in their boots. We want to clear up your questions and give you a walk-through of what you can expect when you buy a home, and what Sundquist does to make it a little easier.
We're also answering any questions you may still have, so feel free to leave a comment or a tweet @sundquisthomes.
8. This step is optional, and while it's definitely something you should do when buying a previously owned home, it might still be a good idea for your new home. Home inspection will just make sure that your new home is in perfect order (and casts a professional eye throughout the home, even in places you might not go, like in crawl spaces), and is more of a peace of mind thing. We want you to know you're getting an amazing product, so if you're worried, go ahead and get a home inspection.
9. This is when we introduce you to your new home, and you get to know it a little better. It's what we do to make sure you understand all the gadgets and upkeep of your new home. It's a walk-through to make sure you know exactly what you're getting, and to make sure nothing has been damaged in installation or otherwise.
10. Congrats! You made it! That wasn't so hard, was it? This step is definitely the best. We love seeing happy new homeowners loving their Sundquist home. It's what we build homes for! Just remember that through all the long process of buying a home, we want to make it as good an experience as possible. But also remember that's a commitment and a process, and rememberwhy you love the home you're buying. In the end, it's totally worth it.