Ready to Buy a House?

Dated: 09/09/2019

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Using your input, I research each property BEFORE we look. The History, Background, Projected Sale Price and Disclosures. 

“I consider myself a customer service professional, not a salesperson.  My job is to address your needs and provide you with professional guidance and assistance during the home buying process.”

What follows is the path to a successful purchase.

Please fill out the Buyer Questionnaire. I emphasize because it will allow me to provide a concise group of homes for your viewing.

The most important is to either have your Lender provide you with a letter of pre approval or your bank provide you with a letter of funds available. The latter is not necessary until you make an offer, however it does provide the parameters of your search.

Once you have filled out the questionnaire and have your letter in hand, you are ready to look at and locate your perfect home.

I have a detailed list for the Road to Closing. Once you have made an offer and it is ACCEPTED, it itemizes every step of the process. You will know what to expect and I will be your guide.

https://charlesguth.com/ready-to-buy/

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Chuck Guth

I am a Longleaf Community Resident, in West Pasco, since 2004 and also work from a home office along with access to several Brokerage offices. The Brokerage support and legal advice helps me maintain ....

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