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$165,000 // 8500 Barrington Ct #P, Springfield, Virginia 22152
If you’re interested in purchasing a garden-style condo like this, here’s an overview of the process:
- Make yourself ready. Residences will come and go on the market so you need to be ready when you spot your dream home. Don’t panic. I have the experience to put your ducks in a row. I can even help you with exiting your rental on your terms.
- Find a trusted partner. You’ll want to hunt for the ideal professional to assist you through the home buying process. Feel free to call me to chat about how I can benefit you.
- When you discover the Contemporary you want, it’s time to make the offer. When it comes time to make the offer, I can advise you to put together an offer that works for your needs and within your budget but puts you in the best position to make the purchase.
- It’s advisable to consider maintenance and repair costs into your real estate purchase budget. Even brand-new homes will require some work. Don’t leave yourself short and let your abode deteriorate.
- Think about what comes next. It’s easy to get wrapped up in your present needs, but you should also think about reselling the Contemporary before you get.
- It’s up to you to decide what’s important in your home. For example:
- Do you care about the roof? Do you know about the roof?
- Compile a list of three or four neighborhoods you’d like to live in, taking into account nearby shops, tranquility and recreational facilities. You’re purchasing the neighborhood when you’re buying real estate.
- Do you care about nearby shops and restaurants?
If you need help getting started, call me. I’m Julie Nesbitt and I’m here to help. I will tell you the good and the bad so you can make your best decision. It’s Julie Nesbitt… It’s Sold!