Common steps to Home Buying in Cary, NC
So, every agent in Cary and Raleigh and Wake County is trumpeting the $8,000 first-time HomeBuyer’s Tax Credit. We are all reaching out to first-time buyers to help them.
Buyers must know if their agent is eligible for a higher than agreed commission. It’s the law in North Carolina.
I first heard that one a long time ago. Breaking things down into writing reduces disagreement.
Since we have so many relocation and first-time homebuyers, questions arise about the homebuying process.
I couldn’t have said it any better than Amy Bohutinsky of Zillow did.
As of October 1, 2008, there are new disclosure requirements in North Carolina for real estate agents regarding commissions, and “Additional Compensation.”
I wrote a little ad piece for the Cary News this week, in the “Consult a Specialist” Q&A section.