Helping you
Buy better

Your guide to buying a home in the North Carolina

Help Us
Help You

We want you to love where you live and find a house (and neighborhood) that immediately feels like home. And it’s potentially one of the largest financial decisions you’ll make. We won’t stop until we’ve found THE one that both fits you and works financially for you. After you move we’ll even check-in to see how you’re settling in, hook you up with our favorite local professionals, and just generally give you that warm welcome you deserve.

We like to think we’re pretty good listeners (as long as we’ve had our morning coffee, that is) and want to know everything. To help give you a smooth ride from start to finish, fill our buyer questionnaire, which seriously helps us do that. By understanding you, your family, and your lifestyle, we can show you the homes that will suit YOU. We’d love it if you’d take the time to complete it so we can get a head start on your house search!

Your next steps to
Buying a home

1   Figure out your budget

Take a look at your finances & contact a local mortgage lender to see what you can qualify for & what your payments would look like.


2   Start house hunting

Our REALTORS® help you narrow down your search and take you to as many showings as you need.
Click here! to Start your search.



Great! You’ve found a house you love. We’ll help you navigate the fast-paced, tricky negotiation process.



Once the offer is accepted, we’ll help you every step of the way including getting all of  your home inspections, mortgage, and home insurance sorted.



Crack open that champagne, we’re almost there! We’ll make sure all the i’s are dotted & t’s are crossed, ensure any repairs are complete & do a final walkthrough to make sure you’re happy before signing.

7 reasons
to work with a realtor®


Act as an expert guide

Buying a home typically requires a variety of forms, reports, disclosures, and other legal and financial documents. A knowledgeable real estate agent will know what’s required in your market, helping you avoid delays and costly mistakes. Also, there’s a lot of jargon involved in a real estate transaction; you want to work with a professional who can speak the language.


Offer objective information and opinions

A great real estate agent will guide you through the home search with an unbiased eye, helping you meet your buying objectives while staying within your budget. Agents are also a great source when you have questions about local amenities, utilities, zoning rules, contractors, and more.


Give you expanded search power

You want access to the full range of opportunities. Using a cooperative system called the multiple listing service, your agent can help you evaluate all active listings that meet your criteria, alert you to listings soon to come on the market, and provide data on recent sales. Your agent can also save you time by helping you winnow away properties that are still appearing on public sites but are no longer on the market.


Stand in your corner during negotiations

There are many factors up for discussion in any real estate transaction—from price to repairs to possession date. A real estate professional who’s representing you will look at the transaction from your perspective, helping you negotiate a purchase agreement that meets your needs and allows you to do due diligence before you’re bound to the purchase.


Ensure an up-to-date experience

Most people buy only a few homes in a lifetime, usually with quite a few years between purchases. Even if you’ve bought a home before, laws and regulations change. Real estate practitioners may handle hundreds or thousands of transactions over the course of their career.


Be your rock during emotional moments

A home is so much more than four walls and a roof. And for most buyers, a home is the biggest purchase they’ll ever make. Having a concerned, but objective, third party helps you stay focused on the issues most important to you when emotions threaten to sink an otherwise sound transaction.


Provide fair and ethical treatment

When you’re interviewing agents, ask if they’re a REALTOR®, a member of the National Association of REALTORS®. Every member must adhere to the REALTOR® Code of Ethics, which is based on professionalism, serving the interests of clients, and protecting the public.