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Helpful Resources for Your Real Estate Purchase

Helpful Services:

*Home Loan

*Home Inspections

*Title Companies

*Home Warranty

*Cleaning Services


*Buyer Strategy

*Asbestos Service

Home Loans

Get pre-qualified before you start shopping for a home. Most builders offer in-house financing. However, you do have options. Below are lenders our buyers have used and were very satisfied.

Texas Title Companies

In today's hot Texas market, many buyers are having to pay for the title policy. The title policy guarantees that there are no liens against the property, and you are getting a clean and clear title before buying your home. You do not want to buy a home without a title policy in place.

Here are a few Texas title companies to check out:

Home Inspections

Before you sign on the dotted line, it's a great idea to have the home inspected by a disinterested third party for an honest review of the home's condition. Below are inspection companies that our buyers have used and were satisfied with the service provided.

Home Warranty Companies

Home warranties give added peace of mind on the purchase of the home. Knowing that future repairs needed are covered. Here are a few to check out.

Moving Companies

Reasonable Rates and Great Service


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Submitting Offers On Pre-Owned Homes

In a competitive real estate market there is a good chance that a seller will receive multiple offers. Most sellers will go with the offer that nets them the highest profit. There are a few things to consider when submitting an offer that may beat out the competition.

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Seller Expenses:

1. Real Estate Broker Fees are the biggest expense most sellers face. Sellers can expect to pay around 6% of the sales price to the Real Estate Agents involved. The Broker fee is split between the listing agent and the selling agent or Buyer's Rep. Consider offering 3-6% over asking price to cover Broker fees. The buyer rebate will be 2% of the purchase price on pre-owned homes as long as the fee to Gr8Day Realty is at least 3% of the purchase price

2. The title policy is another expense that the seller would have to cover and that price will be about 1% of the sales price depending on the title company. Whoever is paying for the title policy will pick the title company. Consider, if able, to pay for the title policy.

Our goal as your Broker/Agent is to equip you with information that will help your offer get accepted. These are suggestions and things to consider when putting in offers. The seller is always looking for the highest and best offer that will net him/her the most profit. However, it is your money and your call on what your offer will look like.