12 Steps to Take After Securing a Contract on a Home [INFOGRAPHIC]
Your offer to purchase the perfect home has been accepted by the seller and you are now officially under contract (yay!!). Many homebuyers now have the question: What do I do next? There are some crucial steps you need to take from the time you secure the contract to purchase to the time you sign the papers and walk through the door of your new home in the St. Louis area. If you are a client of our full-service team, you will enjoy the added convenience of working with a Transaction Coordinator, who will guide you through every step of this process. However, it is always important to know what to expect during this period so you can be prepared and help the process go as smoothly as possible. Let’s take a look!
It is important that you stay on top of each of these steps to ensure that the purchasing process flows smoothly. Working with an experienced real estate agent or team as well as a trusted lender is the best way to ensure that you are kept in the loop and the contract-to-close period moves along as it should.
Buying a home may take a lot of time, energy, and sometimes patience, but the end result is gratifying. There’s few better feelings than being handed the key to your new home and seeing all of the effort and emotions pay off in the end!
The Chad Wilson Group makes the home buying experience in the St. Louis area as easy as possible, with our expert team of real estate specialists. Not only will you have a hard-working, super star Buyer Specialist in your corner, you will enjoy the added benefits of a dedicated Transaction Coordinator to help facilitate your contract-to-close period and keep things on track. Our systems and strategies have earned us one of the top spots in St. Louis area real estate. If you would like to hear more about how our team can assist you in finding your next home, contact us or fill out the form below for a FREE, no obligation buyer consultation with a member of our team. We look forward to showing you what our “Simply Exceptional Service” looks like!
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