FAQs

General Questions

General Questions

It depends on several factors- most notably, the current state of the housing market in your area and how much your home is worth. In a seller's market, homes tend to sell relatively quickly (usually within a few months).

If you're in a buyer's market, it could take up to a year or more to find a buyer.

The best way to get an accurate estimate is to consult with a real estate agent and Arthur T is here for you. He will be able to give you an idea of how long it will take to sell your home.

It's a good idea to consult with a real estate agent before you put your home on the market. He will be able to give you an accurate estimate of your home's value based on recent comparable sales in your neighborhood.
It's a good idea to start working with a real estate agent as soon as you decide to sell your home. He will be able to help you prepare your home for sale and market it effectively.
Home Buying FAQs

Home Buying FAQs

The first thing you should do is consult with a real estate agent. He will be able to help you find the right home for your needs and budget. He will also be able to answer any questions you have about the home buying process.
This depends on several factors, such as the location of the home, the size of the home, and the current state of the housing market. In general, you should expect to pay between $200,000 and $300,000 for a home.
There are several costs involved in buying a home, such as the down payment, closing costs, and home inspection. Be sure to consult with your real estate agent to get an accurate estimate of all the costs you will need to pay.
A pre-approval is a letter from a lender stating that you have been approved for a mortgage up to a certain amount. It's not a guarantee that you will actually get the mortgage, but it shows potential sellers that you are serious about buying their home and have the funds available to do so.
A pre-qualification is a preliminary assessment of your creditworthiness and ability to afford a mortgage. It's not as strong as a pre-approval, but it does show potential sellers that you are interested in buying their home.
A down payment is the amount of money you pay upfront when buying a home. It's usually 20% of the purchase price, but there are programs available that allow you to put down as little as 0%.