2. Get Help
10 Steps to Home Ownership!
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More than 2 million people in the United States have earned real estate licenses. However, real estate is a tough business with a steep dropout rate, and the result is that only a small percentage of those with licenses actively help buyers and sellers.

In most cases real estate agents work for the seller whom they have a listing contract and are paid by the seller.  There are buyer agents who will contract with you, representing you.  However, if the deal is a co-broke they are still paid by the seller and sometimes by you as well. It is up to you to decide to get a realtor or not, but we do recommend you get help from agents or consultants like 'Houseaboutus'

Buying and selling real estate is a complex matter. At first it might seem that by checking local picture books or online sites you could quickly find the right home at the right price. But a basic rule in real estate is that all properties are unique. No two properties -- even two identical models on the same street -- are precisely and exactly alike. Homes differ and so do contract terms, financing options, inspection requirements and closing costs. Also, no two transactions are alike.

In this maze of forms, financing, inspections, marketing, pricing and negotiating, it makes sense to work with professionals who know the community and much more.

How do you choose?
In every community you're likely to find a number of realty brokerages. Because there is heated competition, local realtors  must fight hard to succeed in your community.

Houseaboutus does not sale but we can help you with this process of getting help with our Real Estate Consulting Services

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