Home Purchase

Like having a child, buying a home is a source of great anticipation and joy, but the experience can also be tinged with a bit of concern and anxiety, and for good reason. These days the rules, regulations, and procedures designed to protect new home buyers can be extremely daunting. From home inspections to municipal certificates of occupancy to mortgage loan applications and appraisals, the joy of anticipation can turn into a gauntlet of impersonal paperwork and emails.

Having handled real estate closings for 30 years, we view our role as being akin to that of ┬áthe family doctor. You don’t have to sweat the details. That is our job. We will walk you through the process, translate all of the “legalese”, and be by your side until closing of title!


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