Buyer Resource Guides

Make informed decisions when buying real estate

Are You Ready To Buy?

Are you about to take one of the most important steps of a lifetime, the selection and purchase of some kind of real estate? If you are like thousands of others, you are seeking something in the country or in a small tow

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Property Search Checklist

As you inspect properties, your salesperson will get a sense of what you like or dislike. Use this handy checklist to help you to determine what type of property you are actually looking for.

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How To Select An Agent

As with other professionals, when you select a real estate agent, demand high standards. Make sure that trust and integrity are not just a spoken claim but granted by deserved reputation in the community that the agent serves.

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Real Estate Terms You Should Know

There are numerous terms, commonly used jargon, in the real estate industry that make up a peculiar language all its own, which would be beneficial for you to learn.

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Helping The Kids To Buy A House

Parents helping their children invest in their first home is certainly not a new idea. Some elect to co-sign on the mortgage with the children. Others either give or lend money for the down payment.

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Title Insurance - Is It Really Necessary

Title insurance is often required to protect the lender against loss if a flaw in title is not found by the title search made when the house is purchased. You may also get an owner’s policy to protect yourself.

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Prepare For The Closing

Additional items may be needed at the closing. Use this checklist of items that you will need to attend to prior to the closing.

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Tips For A Smooth Move

Planning is the key. Use this checklist of items to help you through the transition of moving from one place to another.

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Seller Resource Guides

Make informed decisions when selling real estate

Thinking Of Selling?

As a seller, you'll benefit from United Country's unique and proven marketing system. Whether you're selling your property traditionally or you're interested in auctioning, your property will receive the kind of exposure that leads to faster closings at better prices.

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Getting Your Property Ready To Sell

When you put your property on the market, you want to achieve the best sales price you can get. Nothing is more important to most buyers than the first impressions they receive.

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Important Information About Your Home

It is important to gather information pertinent to your property. It will take time to coordinate this information from old bills, tax statements, work receipts, service contracts, and warranty documents, but it pays off when you sell your home

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How To Select An Agent

As with other professionals, when you select a real estate agent, demand high standards. Make sure that trust and integrity are not just a spoken claim but granted by deserved reputation in the community that the agent serves.

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Pricing Your Property - Emotion vs Logic

Want to sell your property quickly? When you decide to sell it, you want it done as soon and as painlessly as possible, but at the same time, you want to receive as much cash equity from the sale of your property as you think it’s worth.

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Show Your Property At Its Best

The most saleable properties are those that show pride of ownership, with attention given to every detail. If you are looking to sell your home in the near future, we hope this checklist will be of assistance.

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Prepare For The Closing

Discuss with our agent what items you’ll need to bring to the closing. While certain items will be helpful to the agent to have when putting your property up for sale, prior to closing, confirm any additional items necessary for you to bring to the closing.

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Tips For A Smooth Move

Even if your move is within the same general area, there are several actions that can expedite the procedure. Use this checklist of items to help you through the transition of moving from one place to another.

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