One of the considerations in buying a home is property tax. Your EBA will research and explain property taxes in detail so that buyers are comfortable with the tax collected at the time of closing and property taxes due in the future. Your EBA will advise you what the property taxes are for a home you’re considering buying. Also your EBA will walk you through the process of tax rate changes and the impact it will have on the home of your choice. Finally, an EBA will confirm the taxes due by calling the local tax assessor’s office before you get anywhere near a closing table.
Your Exclusive Buyer Agent will empower you with information about the mortgage financing process. This will help you select the right mortgage lender and mortgage loan for your needs. Here’s a look at different mortgage types and their general requirements:
National Association of Exclusive Buyer Agents members work solely on behalf of home buyers in real estate transactions, ensuring trust and committed representation. Denver, CO (PRWEB) December 14, 2009—From its headquarters a few miles west of the epicenter of Phoenix, the National Association of Exclusive Buyer Agents is working to educate the U.S. population about exactly what it is that an Exclusive Buyer Agent does. One of the ways NAEBA is gaining ground in its mission is through the launch of its new website in 2009, http://www.naeba.org.
A better selection of homes to choose from is the goal of many home buyers as they set out to buy their next home. One way of achieving a greater ‘inventory’ of homes to select from is to choose agents who are exclusively representing real estate buyers. These exclusive buyer’s agents have made the commitment to identify all homes in the marketplace, including homes listed in the Multiple Listing Service (MLS).