Hundreds of houses are sold in our area every year. Inspecting the hundreds of houses on the market is obviously impossible. By describing the features you require, I can make a preliminary screening for you. After you select the best houses, you can concentrate on inspecting your top choices. The key is knowing what you need!
Donlie McMullin Real Estate the owner and managing broker of Donlie McMullin Estate has been a licensed Broker since 1981. I have been a licensed Realtor since 2004. I am a member of the Fort Hood Area Association of Realtors, with marketing access to over 700 Realtors. A member of Texas Association of Realtors (TAR), and the National Association of Realtors (NAR).
You’d be hard pressed to find a Realtor with a more enthusiastic or positive attitude. I love what I do, and it shows! I am always looking for new and creative strategies to help me do my job better. People trust me with helping them secure their single largest asset and it is a responsibility I take very seriously. I give 110% because I know that your success is ultimately my success.
While past results may not be the only measure of success, when it comes time to help you find the property of your dreams you can count on my hard work and proven results. By addressing your requirements up front I will work hard to find you what your are looking for and not waste your time by showing you properties that don’t suit your needs.
I have made a commitment to follow through. I will do what I say, return your calls and find answers to your questions. I am a full time Realtor and have dedicated myself to professionalism and customer service.
The "hard sell" is not my style. I will not pressure you to make any decision. I am happy when you make the decision that is right for you. I will advise you and provide you with information to help you make the best decision for you.
Yes, that's right. You do not have to pay me for my services, expertise and experience. I am compensated by the listing brokerage for procuring a buyer for the property
YOU'VE FOUND IT...your "Dream Home". You want to buy it. Now what? You make an offer by submitting a signed Real Estate offer to purchase (contract) with the type of financing you desire. This is a legally binding agreement between buyer and seller. Before you sign it, read it carefully and make sure you understand every detail. Ask questions. Verbal agreements should be written into the contract.
Your offer is taken to the listing broker. The seller will accept it as written, or make "counter offers" on unacceptable aspects, or reject it. The selling broker will then bring the new offer to buyer's agent and the home buyer can accept it, counter offer, or reject it. The offer to purchase becomes a valid, legally binding contract only after ALL parties have initialed every counter and signed the offer. When you sign the offer to buy you also submit a deposit to show that you are earnest about your desire to buy. The deposit is called "earnest money".
Wondering what to offer? Consider these questions when deciding: Is the asking price comparable to other homes in the neighborhood? Higher or lower? Why? When comparing properties be sure to take into account unique features and improvements that vary from house-to-house.
When you make an offer, you will need to put up an earnest money deposit as a sign of good faith that you are seriously interested in buying a home. That deposit becomes a part of the purchase price and is held in a trust account until there is full acceptance of the offer.