Temecula Realtor | 5 Most Important Questions You Need To Ask Your Buyers Agent
Before hiring a Temecula Realtor we suggest that you ask a few very important questions before you make your final decision on who to hire. We do have our own brokerage in Temecula but have also sold and appraised thousands of homes over the past 12 years. It took many sleepless nights, mistakes, perseverance and consistency to get to the point of being very good at navigating our clients through the buying process. Below, we will discuss our 5 most important questions you need to ask your Temecula Realtor.
The majority of these questions revolve around one thing, getting you in a home that you love at the absolute best price possible. In the end, that’s going to be the most important thing. Of course, a great Temecula Realtor will keep you free from liability and problems after the close of escrow but that’s a very basic part of the escrow process and all Realtors should be able to do that spare
How long have you worked in the area?
This is an important question for many reasons. I’m going to use Temecula as an example, considering this is about picking a Temecula Realtor. There are many communities in Temecula that have different tax rates or HOA costs. Heck, there are communities in Temecula that have different HOA’s throughout that community. This is important because it can add anywhere from $200 to $500 a month onto your payment. That’s a ton of money. If you find a Temecula realtor that has worked in Temecula for a few years they will be able to point out which communities have a low tax rate, which have an HOA, which communities give you the most for your HOA.
As I mentioned in the introduction, this is all about money. You do not want to be house poor or stress about your house payment. You want to be happy with the purchase you made and be comfortable making that payment each month. The longer a Temecula realtor has worked in the area the more information and experience they will have in all of these different sub communities throughout the town of Temecula.