Yes - I'm sideways - but only on this Video :) - Not in real life - Enjoy and It should not make you motion sick...
Relocation is easy when you are working with professionals. Most agent may be focused on the commission, that is why when you find one that is client focused - you have struck gold. find out who is a local Santa Clarita agent
When sizing up real estate agents, you may want to ask them how their "scrubbing" process is for listings they are going to show you.
The vantage points could be if you found the property and sent it to your real estate agent. It could be they found you the property and sent it to you. Either way, find out what intel they would gather beforehand and how they'd present it to you. click here to search for all of the Santa Clarita home listings
It could be the home in question has issues. It could be a short sale with multiple lien holders. It could be a home that has back owed HOA fees. It may be a home that is involved in a Mello roos or a special assessment community. Maybe the home has foundational damage and won't allow for any financing. It could be the home is a flip that can only be purchased with a conventional offer and the buyers are FHA or VA. to learn more about financing - click here
With so many "special circumstances" that arise in the Santa Clarita real estate re-sale and new housing world - knowing what you are getting into, going in, is really important.
What happens when you "get in" is the next best question to approach with your Santa Clarita realtor of choice with. Make sure you agent is looking at the "functionality" of the home and any "red flags" that should be pointed out to you. See where they are looking. Are they looking and talking about points that will equate to a future equity position? Are they looking for damage that maybe indicative of something you may not be able to deal with?
Or are they "talking up" a crappy home only to get you in escrow and get you closed so they can move onto the next client?
If the last point I made is the one that "steps out at you" - maybe it's time you hired another agent. Interview a few, don't settle on the first. Get a good gauge on who you can trust with the largest investment of your life - no matter what stage of life you are in.