Terry Naber, RE/MAX Properties, Colorado Springs, CO., 2014 home buying guide

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Terry Naber
RE/MAX Properties
Colorado Springs, CO
2014 Home Buyers Guide


Buyer’s Agent: A buyer’s agent works solely on behalf of the buyer to promote the interests of the buyer with the utmost good faith, loyalty and fidelity. The agent negotiates on behalf of and acts as an advocate for the buyer. The buyer’s agent must disclose to potential sellers all adverse material facts actually known by the buyer’s agent including the buyer’s financial ability to perform the terms of the transaction and if a residential property, whether the buyer intends to occupy the property. A separate written buyer agency agreement is required which sets forth the duties and obligations of the broker and the buyer. Seller’s Agent: A seller’s agent (or listing agent) works solely on behalf of the seller to promote the interests of the seller with the utmost good faith, loyalty and fidelity. The agent negotiates on behalf of and acts as an advocate for the seller. The seller’s agent must disclose to potential buyers all adverse material facts actually known by the seller’s agent about the property. A separate written buyer agency agreement is required which sets forth the duties and obligations of the broker and the seller. Transaction-Broker A transaction-broker assists the buyer or seller or both throughout a real estate transaction by performing terms of any written or oral agreement, fully informing the parties, presenting all offers and assisting the parties with any contracts, including the closing of the transaction without being an agent or advocate for any of the parties. A transaction-broker must use reasonable skill and care in the performance of any oral or written agreement, and must make the same disclosures as agents about all adverse material facts actually known by the transaction-broker concerning a property or a buyer’s financial ability to perform the terms of a transaction and if a residential property, whether the buyer intends to occupy the property. No written agreement is required. Customer: A customer is a party to a real estate transaction with whom the broker has no brokerage relationship because such party has not engaged or employed the broker, either as the party’s agent or as the party’s transaction-broker. Wo r k i n g R e l a t i o n s h i p s D e f i n e d

S e r v i c e s I ’ l l P r o v i d e a s Yo u r B u y e r A g e n t 1. Arrange for you to meet with a lender to find out how much home you can afford to buy and get your prequalification letter. 2. Help you to narrow your search by identifying what is most important to you in a home or real estate investment. 3. Set up automated searches so that you will be notified right away when a new home meeting your criteria comes on the market. 4. Provide a convenient website where you can change and save as many custom searches as you like. 5. Make appointments to show homes listed in the Multiple Listing Service, new homes that are still builder owned and may not be advertised on the internet, and any homes that are For Sale By Owner that meet your criteria. 6. Arrange for meetings with custom builders if appropriate. 7. Research any neighborhood associations, water districts, well permits or other questions you may have before choosing to write an offer. 8. Provide information on the dangers of radon, asbestos , lead-based paint and meth.

S e r v i c e s We ’ l l P r o v i d e a s Yo u r B u y e r A g e n t …Continued 9. Provide you with Home Warranty Information. 10. Write an offer on the property of your choice, after researching the value of comparable properties recently sold in the area and keeping in mind the visible condition of the home compared to those in the neighborhood to get you the best possible price and terms. 11. Recommend quality title companies, home inspectors, and any other specialists needed to insure the home is a good investment and to guarantee your ownership. 12. Provide copies of any HOA documents for review. 13. Make sure the title conditions are favorable for you to buy the property. 14. Clearly negotiate the details of any repairs. 15. Walk through the property shortly before closing to verify it’s condition. 16. Attend closing with you to sew up all details. 17. Continue to be your real estate resource long after you buy the property.

E v e r y B u y e r S h o u l d K n o w 1. Property taxes and qualified home interest are deductible on an individual’s federal income tax return in most cases. 2. Many times, a home is the largest asset an individual has and is considered one of the safest investments available. 3. A homeowner can exclude up to $500,000 of capital gains if married filing jointly or up to $250,000 if single or married filing separately. The home must have been the taxpayer’s principal residence for the two of the last five years. 4. A portion of each amortized mortgage payment goes toward the principal, which is an investment. 5. A home is one of the few investments you can enjoy by living in it! 6. The majority of the time, a REALTOR® can show you any home, whether it is listed with a company or a builder or is even a For Sale By Owner. 7. Working with a REALTOR to purchase a For Sale By Owner property is very advantageous, because someone will be looking out for your best interests. 8. Getting pre-qualified by a mortgage company will actually approve you for a specific loan amount subject to the property. This will give you confidence and will help when negotiating with the seller. 9. The right to conduct a property inspection, included in your purchase agreement, gives you the ability to negotiate with the seller once you know all the facts about the property’s condition. 10. A Home Protection Plan can provide coverage for selected items, such as central heat and interior plumbing, built-in appliances, water heaters, etc. If the seller is not providing this coverage, you can purchase it yourself. 11. In a “seller’s market,” don’t go looking for a deal. Set your sights on the right house for you, and then let your REALTOR help you negotiate the best price and terms.

N e w C o n s t r u c t i o n Why Should I Use an Age nt t o Purchase a Home from a Bui lde r? The advantages of having me help you purchase a new home are the same as those for purchasing a resale home. I can provide you with valuable insight into the new construction industry, help you find the perfect home or home builder more quickly, negotiate the price and terms based on the quality and amenities of the property. The builder has a professional real estate representative who watches out for his or her best interests, and you need and deserve the same expert representation watching out for yours. Buying a new home is a little more difficult and time-consuming than buying a resale home. I can guide you through this process. Having spent years working with builders, RE/MAX Properties, Inc. has a rapport with local builders. It is very important that your interests be professionally represented when you are entering into a contract for a semi-custom or a build-to-suit home. These transactions are complex and the contract details must be exactly in order to protect you and to ensure that you get exactly the home you want!

N e w C o n s t r u c t i o n Make sure t he b ui lde r know s y ou’re w orki ng w i t h a re al e st at e profe ssi onal. Many builders will require that you give up your right to representation if you visit their model homes without an agent on the first visit. Therefore, please call me if you would like to look at some model homes, so you are given the representation you deserve! The builder will pay the buyer’s agent’s fee just like the seller pays in other real estate transactions. If you happen to be out driving and see a model home that you want to check out, give them a copy of my business card and fill out their “registration” form with your name and mine. Call me right away and tell me if their homes interest you so we can discuss the benefits of that particular builder and community.

Can you represent me in a For Sale By Owner Situation? A homeowner trying to sell his home himself is usually doing so in hopes of saving some money by not paying the listing commission. Like any other transaction I can help you negotiate the terms of an offer, order a title commitment, arrange for an inspection and closing. Many times a homeowner will work with an agent, even though his home is not listed, if an agent brings him a buyer. If you should see a home “For Sale By Owner" and want the advantages of my services, please allow me to contact the homeowner and set the showing appointment. F o r S a l e B y O w n e r

T h e H o m e B u y i n g P r o c e s s Steps in the Home Buying Process Meet with Lender to get pre-qualified Meet with me & view homes Select home Write an offer & submit earnest money Negotiate counter-offers Title search & commitment Obtain a home inspection Negotiate repairs with seller Complete loan process and order appraisal Loan package submitted to underwriting Loan approval Settlement Statement received Final walk-through Closing Move In

T h e H o m e B u y i n g P r o c e s s It is extremely important that you connect with a qualified lender. I am pleased to offer the services of a lender right here at my office! Academy Mortgage has earned my trust and RE/MAX Properties, Inc. has had many good experiences with them in the past. Your loan officer will review your goals and finances to determine what you qualify to buy. The pre-approval process will help you in the following ways: You will know in advance what your payments will be. You won’t waste time considering homes you cannot afford. There are many loan options and programs to choose from in today’s market. Your lender will explain the alternatives to help you select the one best suited for you. Almost no one will accept your offer without a pre-approval letter attached. You’ll have an estimate of your closing costs and we will explain them to you in detail. You’ll have peace of mind. Best Piece of Advice Take the pre-qualification one step further and get a full loan approval. This is the best approach! Getting Pre-Approved

“ S h o p p i n g ” f o r Y o u r N e w H o m e • Call-in or Text from your SmartPhone to request more details about your Home. As your agent, I get real time notifications on any inquiry made! • My Mobile Website delivers rich listing content to “ on-the-go” home buyers! • Accessible from any Android &/or Apple Software Based Product. (Smartphone, iPhone, iPad, iPod) • Consumers can search using Google Maps with GPS Function for nearby… • School Locations • Closest Hospital & Medical Facilities • Nearby Shopping Data • Search by Area, Nearby Properties, Property Details (Beds, Baths, Etc.) and by MLS ID making your home the most viewed by covering all generational marketing avenues. • Price, Distance and Favorites Sorting Feature • List, Map and Satellite Views • Live Audio Streaming – Auto-updating Bilingual Audio Presentation (719) 576-8888 Call or text

Working for YOU… Above The Crowd® and Ahead of the Competition Through remax.com, consumers can search for properties in more than 91 countries served by RE/MAX, including foreclosures, luxury and commercial real estate. Our industry- changing IDX initiative allows remax.com visitors to view all the listings in thousands of U.S. cities and towns. Millions of buyers and sellers visit remax.com each month, creating a site that continues to generate more leads and more business for you. Remax.com is the Most Visited Real Estate Franchise Web Site ComScore, Compete.com and Hitwise for 6-month period through April 2011 Mobile App Consumers can now search remax.com whenever and wherever they are with the newly released remax.com mobile browser. They can search millions of properties by area or address, view photos and request more information, from any mobile device. Home Finder The Home Finder helps consumers find their perfect place, by sending them daily, weekly or monthly notifications when new listings become available that match their needs. My RE/MAX MY RE/MAX provides consumers with the opportunity to save their favorite listings, searches and more by creating a free account. RE/MAX agents can stay on top of their clients’ needs with LeadStreet alerts every time they save additional listings or searches. Mapping Consumers can search by map, allowing them to view all the properties that match their search criteria in a desired area. Without even leaving their computer, consumers can take a closer, detailed look at properties in most major markets by using “Balloon View” and “Street Level” imaging technology.

During the Home Search… I will: Discuss the benefits and drawbacks of each home in relation to your specific needs. Keep you informed on a regular basis. Check with fellow brokers and in the MLS database for new listings that meet your criteria. Keep you up to date on changing financial conditions that may affect the housing market. Be available to answer your questions or to offer assistance regarding your home purchase. Discuss market trends and values relative to properties that may be of interest to you. Show you new homes as well as pre-owned homes if you desire. Assist you with homes offered by the sellers themselves as For Sale By Owner (FSBO) listings. A homeowner who is trying to sell his home himself is usually doing so in hopes of saving the listing commission. Many times a homeowner will work with an agent, even though his home is not listed, if the agent introduces the buyer to the property. If you should see a FSBO and want the advantages of my services, please let me contact the owner and set the appointment. As a member of the MLS, I can show you any property. If you should see an ad in the newspaper or a sign in a yard, call me to find out the information you’re looking for. If you want to view the home, I’d be happy to show it to you! T h e H o m e B u y i n g P r o c e s s Viewing Homes After our initial counseling session I will have a good idea of what your wants, needs, price range, and desired location are. Then, I will enter your requirements into the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) system. The MLS system will generate a list of available homes specific to your wants and needs. Next, we will schedule appointments to view the homes that are the most desirable to you. Most often, the homeowner will be absent during showings, but should they be present, they will understand your need to examine the home carefully. When a home appeals to you, make notes. It is easy to forget details. Often there will be information at the home and, whenever possible, we will make sure you have a copy of the MLS information, flyer or other marketing material on the home you are viewing. Don’t be surprised if the first home you see is the perfect one for you, and don’t be discouraged if none of those you visit the first day are what you want. We are committed to finding the house that you will call home, and we will work diligently until you find it. Usually, we will be able to find the home of your dreams rather quickly from a selection of homes that best fit the desires you expressed.

T h e H o m e B u y i n g P r o c e s s First Week • Deposit earnest-money check. • Make loan application. • Arrange for property inspections. Second Week • Attend property inspections. • Make repair requests to seller. • Confirm that all information requested by the mortgage company has been submitted. • Review any HOA documents Third Week • Confirm that repairs have been completed. • Promptly deliver any additional information your lender requests. • Appraisal is complete (could be in week 4) • Arrange for mover. Fourth Week • Walk through home to verify completed repairs. • Arrange for cashier’s check for closing. • Arrange for settlement and signing of papers. • Arrange for transfer of utilities. After Your Offer is Accepted. The following is an example of the most common closing timeline after acceptance of your offer .

Understanding Title Insurance What Is Title Insurance? A Title Insurance Policy is a guarantee by a title company that a thorough investigation of the title to the property has been conducted and that you have been notified of any outstanding claims to the property. The title insurance company reports any defects in the title in the form of a Title Commitment so that these matters can be corrected. It is important that you know of all claims on the property and have them resolved and declared removed prior to you taking title to the property. The Title Commitment will carefully detail what items of encumbrance are not covered by the policy. You can either get these items resolved or bow out of the transaction. Title insurance covers matters that occurred before the policy’s effective date but were discovered later. Your policy will detail what is covered, what is not covered, and the effective date. Title insurance is issued by the title company when they are certain the property is free from all liens, encumbrances, interests, etc., and the insurance guarantees such. This is so the title can be legally transferred to the buyer to be used as security for the lender’s funds. This is why title insurance is required by the lender. Your lender has an interest in knowing that you and the lender are the only parties with claims to the property. The title insurance company thoroughly searches the public records to uncover any unpaid taxes, mortgages, judgments against previous owners, easements, and other court actions or recorded documents that can affect title to the real estate. The insurance also provides protection against any defect in the public record such as forgery, similar names, error in the records, etc., and protest against any undiscovered or unrecorded claims that may arise in the future. When title insurance is issued, the title-insurance company accepts the responsibility for any and all claims on the property prior to your purchase if they do not find the claim or call it to your attention prior to your purchase of the property. That responsibility includes defending your title in court, if necessary (at their expense), or bearing the cost of settling the claim (if it proves valid) in order to perfect your title and keep you in possession of your property. Unlike other forms of insurance, the original premium is your only cost as long as you or your heirs own the property. There are no annual payments required to keep your Owner’s Title Policy in force. Title insurance protects you twice—it notifies you of claims against the property and insures you against any future claims on hidden items. T h e H o m e B u y i n g P r o c e s s

Why Title Insurance Is So Important! To understand why a title search is so important, you must understand the nature of real estate. Real estate has always been considered a person’s most valuable possession. It is so basic a form of wealth that many special laws have been enacted to protect ownership of land and the buildings that stand on the land. The owner who is selling the property has extremely strong rights, as do his/her family and heirs. Also, there may be others who have “rights” in the property you are going to buy. These may be governmental bodies, contractors, or any other individuals who have perfectly proper unpaid claims against the property. Unscrupulous owners may have taken out a second mortgage on the home prior to closing. Anyone who has such a claim in the property you are buying is, in a sense, a part-owner. The property may be sold to you without the knowledge of other parties who have claims against the property. Without a title check conducted by the title-insurance company, you know nothing about such claims at the time you buy. All such claims remain attached to the real estate you are purchasing and not to the previous owners. The title company will notify you of all liens, encumbrances, and interests in the property so that these can be resolved by the current owners prior to the sale. Proof of a “good” title—a title free of any liens, encumbrances, or interests—is important because otherwise you are liable for the claims. Title-insurance policies are standard. Owner’s policies usually do not cover one or more of the following matters (often referred to as “Standard Exceptions”), unless an additional premium is paid and/or extra investigative work or a survey is done and the necessary evidence is furnished to the title company. When the evidence is furnished and the insurance coverage is given, this is frequently referred to as “Extended Coverage.” The Standard Exceptions are: Claims of people who turn out to be living in the house (such as prior owner’s tenants or someone living without your knowledge on your property) if their presence there isn’t a matter of public record. Boundary-line disputes. Easements or claims of easements not shown by public records. Unrecorded mechanic’s liens (claims against the property by unpaid home-improvement contractors). Taxes or special assessments left off the public record. Other important exclusions from coverage include zoning, environmental protection laws, matters arising after the effective date of the policy, and matters created, suffered, or assumed by the insured. T h e H o m e B u y i n g P r o c e s s

Home Inspections and Why You Should Obtain One Home inspections are a routine part of nearly every residential purchase, whether a resale or a new-construction home. It’s important to make sure you know exactly what you’re buying. A thorough home inspection greatly reduces the possibility of unpleasant surprises later. Having the property inspected is the buyer’s right and responsibility. The cost varies depending on the size and features of the property. T h e H o m e B u y i n g P r o c e s s RE/MAX Properties, Inc. recommends the following minimum standards when choosing an inspector: Membership in ASHI (American Society of Home Inspectors) and adherence to its Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics. Errors & Omissions Insurance Written report at the time of inspection.

After Finding Your Home: The Home Inspection Your inspection report should include the following: Foundations, basements and structures. Basement floor and walls, proper drainage and ventilation, evidence of water seepage. Exterior siding, windows, and doors. Porches, patios, decks and balconies. Roof type, material and condition, including gutters and downspouts. Interior plumbing system. Hot-and-cold water system, the waste system and sewage disposal, water pressure and flow, and hot-water equipment. Electrical system including type of service, number of circuits, type of protection, outlet grounding and the load balance. Central heating system - energy source, type of cooling equipment, capacity, and distribution. Interior walls, ceilings, floors, windows, and doors. Stairways, cabinets, and countertops. Attic, including structure, insulation, and ventilation. Fireplace - chimney, damper, and masonry, and all functionality and components of a gas insert. Garage - doors, walls, floor, opener. Built-in appliances; dishwasher, range, microwave, refrigerator and washer and dryer, if included. Ground slope away from foundation, condition of walks, steps, and driveway. Radon levels (if you choose to pay the additional cost for the test). Most have vivid photos and tips for home maintenance. Your home inspector may recommend a more detailed examination of a something by a licensed contractor, like the roof, furnace or foundation. You might question the necessity of an inspection on a new built home. However, realize that even though city inspectors have passed certain phases of the construction process according to building code and the home has received a certificate of occupancy, there could be numerous small items that you’ll discover later that you wish someone had pointed out to you. There is also the possibility that the city inspector missed something. T h e H o m e B u y i n g P r o c e s s

Who Pays for What at Closing? The seller usually pays for the following: The commissions to both seller’s and buyer’s agents in most transactions. Owner’s title-insurance premiums. (Not lender’s policy) Half of the Real Estate Closing Fee. (except for VA loans, where the seller pays 100%) This is determined in the purchase agreement. Recording fees to clear all documents of record against the seller. Tax pro-ration for the time of seller ownership. This is for any unpaid taxes at the time of transfer of title. Any unpaid homeowner-association dues. Any assessments according to the contract. The buyer pays for the following: Lender’s title-policy premium. Half of the Real Estate Closing Fee (unless you are a veteran and getting a VA loan; then the seller pays 100%). Recording charges for all documents in buyers’ names. All new loan charges (except those required of the seller by the lender). Interest on a new loan from date of funding to 30 days prior to first payment date. Assumption/change-of-records fees for takeover of existing loan. (Assumptions are rare) Appraisal. Improvement Location Certificate (if required or at buyer’s discretion). Hazard insurance premium for the first year. Reserve account for taxes and insurance. Your lender will provide you with a settlement statement that shows exactly what you will owe 1-2 days prior to closing. T h e H o m e B u y i n g P r o c e s s

One month before your move:  Arrange for moving your furniture and personal belongings either by hiring a moving company or renting a truck. Get estimates from several moving companies or truck-rental companies and be sure to obtain a hand truck (appliance dolly) if you’re moving yourself.  Gather moving supplies: boxes, tape, rope, and anything else you might need.  Plan your travel itinerary and make transportation and lodging reservations in advance if you are driving to your new home. (Leave a copy with a friend or relative.)  Some moving expenses are tax deductible, so you will want to save your moving- expense receipts for tax deductions, including meals, lodging and gasoline or mileage. Record expenses incurred during your house-hunting trips.  Develop a plan for packing, such as packing last the things you use the most.  Notify others of your new address: post office, charge accounts, subscriptions, relatives and friends, national and alumni organizations, church, mail order clubs (books, videos, catalogues), firms with which you have time payments, and your past employer to make sure that you receive W-2 forms and retirement-account information. Save your old address labels to speed up filling out change-of-address forms for your new address.  Notify federal and state taxing authorities or any governmental agency necessary. P r e p a r i n g f o r t h e M o v e – M o v i n g T i m e l i n e & C h e c k l i s t

Two weeks before your move:  Notify and get refunds from your present utilities: gas, electric, water, cable, and phone. Arrange for services at your new address. Notify phone company and arrange for service at your new address.  Have your car serviced if you are driving a long distance to your new home.  Recruit people to help you on moving day.  Arrange for someone to take care of your pets and children during the move.  Confirm moving company or rental-truck arrangements. One day before your move:  Keep moving materials separate so they don’t get packed until you are finished.  Pick up rental truck if you are moving yourself.  Fill up your car with gas and check oil and tires. P r e p a r i n g f o r t h e M o v e – M o v i n g T i m e l i n e & C h e c k l i s t

D i s c o v e r i n g W h a t ’ s I m p o r t a n t Home Requirements  Home style (please elaborate): _____________________ ____________________________________________________  Age of home: _______________  Circle all acceptable: Single Family Home / Patio Home /Townhouse / Condo  Area / School District _____________________  Number of bedrooms: ______________  Number of bathrooms: ______________  Price range: ____________________________  Finished square footage: ______________________

Home Requirements Continued I must have the following in my new home: 1. _______________________________________ 2. _______________________________________ 3. _______________________________________ I’d like to have the following in my new home, but they aren’t necessary in order for me to buy the property! 1. ____________________________________________________ 2. ____________________________________________________ 3. ____________________________________________________ Other Comments:_____________________________ ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ D i s c o v e r i n g W h a t ’ s I m p o r t a n t

Any time you have a real estate question, remember… Agent Name: _________________________ Phone Number: _______________________ Email: _________________________________ C O L O R A D O S P R I N G S

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