What is Due Diligence?
When a homebuyer investigates facts about the physical and financial condition of the property and its area before they make an offer and after their contract is accepted.
When buying a home, it’s extremely important to do your “due diligence.” During this period, you’ll look into the condition of your chosen property and compare it to other homes like it to make sure it’s really a good fit.
Due diligence is reasonable steps taken by a person in order to satisfy a legal requirement, especially in buying or selling real estate.
As your agent, we’ll guide you through this process by pointing out and addressing any of the home’s red flags so you feel completely confident about your purchase.
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