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Home Building Starts Here - Why Use Homes that Click?
The builder has someone representing their interests- who will represent yours?? Buyers need representation when purchasing a New Construction Home! Unfortuntely, many buyers don't know they can have representation for free!
FREE SERVICE for the BUYERS!!
Homes that Click offers a 1% rebate of the purchase price at closing to buy a new home from us!!
We'll help you get the most incentives and best financing from the builders. We'll be with you from beginning ( lot selection) to final walk thru!
HUD HOMES/ VA HOMES
What is a HUD Home? When someone with a Federal Housing Administration (FHA) insured mortgage can't meet hte payments, the lender forecloses on the home; FHA pays the lender what is owed; and then the United States Department of Housing and Urgan development ( HUD) takes ownership of the home. Then HUD sells it at market value as quickly as possible.
How are HUD homes Sold? HUD homes are listed on the MLS and on the internet. Registered brokers and agents ( Homes that Click is registered) may place bids electronically on these properties on behalf of a purchaser. The bid with the highest net to HUD is selected as the provisional winner subject to receipt of all required documents.
Who can buy a HUD Home? Any individual who can qualify for a mortgage or who can pay cash may purchase a HUD home. Purchasers must use a broker or agent ( Homes that Click Advantage ) who is registered with HUD to place a bid on the property. Purchasers must also have a pre-qualification letter from a lender or proof of cash funds in the amount of or greater than the property they are purchasing.
Homes that Click Advantage has agents experienced in submitting HUD bids. Contact us now!
Veterans Administration Repossessed Homes
Similar to HUD homes, these homes have gone though the foreclosure process and the Veteran’s Administration is offering the home for sale because a military veteran has not been able to make the payments. If you find a VA home on the website, contact your Homes that Click Advantage buyer agent who will assist you in making your offer. To see a list of current homes for sale by the Veteran’s Administration go to: http://www.ocwen.com/reo/reofindbystate.cfm Homes that Click agents are licensed to show and sell VA homes.
You do not need to be a Veteran to purchase a VA repossessed home.
If you see a property that you are interested in, take a tour!
The following is a list of open houses scheduled in the area. To view additional information on any one of these properties, simply click on the link and you will be taken to the details page
To schedule a private showing, contact us at 614-268-SOLD ( 7653)
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Agents and Brokers Welcome!
We're looking for agents who share our philosophy and a belief that the traditional fee real estate model is changing. Homes that Click wants licensed Real Estate Professionals interested in using their expertise in the growing technology advanced real estate industry but yet understand "service" is our #1 priority.
High Tech is only a tool to provide a "Higher Touch" to our Buyers and Sellers.
If you are technologically savvy, knowledgeable and have a proven track record , we would like to discuss working with our rapidly expanding client base. Please contact Debbie Harr, 614-778-0985.
Work from your home office! Remote programs available. Earn MORE with us and leave MORE equity in your sellers' pocket. For even more info about us, click here.
If you are a real estate broker in another city or area and would like to discuss the opportunity of owning a Homes that Click office in your area, contact Debbie Harr 614-778-0985 for a private consultation. We are not a franchise, but licenses are available.
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ONLINE RESOURCES TO HELP YOU WITH YOUR MOVE
Changing homes is hard enough but moving hundreds of miles away is even more stressful. Who is better than a dedicated, professional Realtor to help you find information about schools, shopping and the neighborhoods that meet your family needs?
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Our website makes it easy for you to find information about Columbus, Clintonville, Bexley, Worthingon, Westerville, Dublin, Hilliard, Grandview, New Albany, Gahanna and more! Click here to learn more about our community including important information about....
Community and school information
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Sometimes you just want to speak to a person…we understand ! Just complete the form below and one of our experienced agents will call you back...or feel free to give us a call 614-268-SOLD (7653). We are open 7 days a week and often return calls outside our "normal" business hours of Monday- Friday 8:30-6:00 and Saturday/Sunday 10am-4pm.
Full Service Pledge
Homes that Click is committed to providing FULL SERVICE real estate services at the lowest possible price. We GUARANTEE IT!!
Homes that Click is committed to using the latest technology to help you with buying or selling a home. This technology will be harnessed to help deliver savings and efficiency to your real estate transaction.
We pledge that all members of the Homes that Click team will treat you professionally and courteously. If you are not satisfied with our service at any time, please let us know!
We pledge that our agents will work to ensure your purchase or sale stays on track and on time. You will receive outstanding customer service along with our professional expertise. We GUARANTEE IT!!
The real estate process requires negotiation of complex issues; Homes that Click is committed to working in your best interest. We will help you secure the best possible price, with the favorable terms, in the shortest period of time.
Homes that Click is committed to staying one step above the competition and will continue to ensure that our clients are receiving the best real estate services that are available. We GUARANTEE IT!!!
If you are ready to sell or just want information, please complete the following form and a representative from our office will contact you.
Area and School Info - Recent Home Sales
As is often said, real estate is about location, location, location. Our website makes it easy for you to access up to date community information including maps, recent home sales, demographics, school reports, crime statistics, houses of worship and much more!
Neighborhood Information Neighborhood Information - Find out more about your neighborhood! Including: Age, Income, Household, School, Crime, Climate, and Housing Information.
Personal Comparison Personal Comparison - Find out more about your neighborhood! Including: Age, Income, Household, School, Crime, Climate, and Housing Information.
Recent Home Sales Recent Home Sales - What are homes selling for in your neighborhood?
Market Analysis Market Analysis - Find out how much your home is worth and see what other homes have recently sold for in your neighborhood.
Local Schools Local Schools - Identify the best school district for your family with my free schools reports
We are experts in the local community. Please contact us to request detailed reports with additional community information not available online.
Due to an unparalleled commitment to customer service, many satisfied clients have submitted letters of thanks and some greatly appreciated reviews. Homes that Click thanks to our clients who have assisted our tremendous growth in the Columbus area. Business First has recognized Homes that Click as one of 25 Greater Columbus Residential Real Estate Agencies!
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Location! Location! Location!
When looking to buy a home, one important factor to consider is the area in which you buying. There are many things to consider...
How close is my new home to where I work?
Proximity to one's place of employment is a significant factor in buying a home. Driving to and from work is going to effect your life everyday at your new place of residence.
Freeway accessibility is another important factor to consider.
What is the parking situation like?
Parking is another key factor to buying a new home.
Parking needs to be accessible in purchasing a new home. If you buy in a densely populated area, chances are parking is going to be something to be dealt with on a daily basis.
What are the demographics in my new city?
It's a great idea to take a look at the demographics of the neighborhood and city you are going to be living in. What is the average income of the area? Appreciation and property value are sometimes very dependent upon the upkeep and professionalism of the community you are buying in.
Don't be afraid to scope out your new neighbors - how they treat their property can directly affect your property value. Can you handle living next to the type of neighbor that lives on your new street?
Are there children in your new household / or in your future?
Checking out local schools is important if you have children or will have children in the future. Make sure your new community is family oriented, and scope local parks and daycare centers.
What is recreation like in my new city?
Don't forget to overlook enjoying your new area in your playtime. What recreational activities are provided in your area? Take a look at the literature that your new community provides. Does this jive with your lifestyle?
Different areas have unique features which may be desirable for you, but often while one community offers great parking, it may be a drive to get to your favorite shopping center. Make a list of pros and cons when choosing an area to live in. Weigh the pros and cons of each area carefully before you make your decision.
How to Hire the Right Real Estate Agent
As a prerequisite to selling real estate, a person must be licensed by the state in which they work, either as an agent/salesperson or as a broker. Before a license is issued, minimum standards for education, examinations and experience, which are determined on a state by state basis, must be met. After receiving a real estate license, most agents go on to join their local board or association of REALTORS® and the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®, the world's largest professional trade association. They can then call themselves REALTORS®.
The term "REALTOR®" is a registered collective membership mark that identifies a real estate professional who is a member of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® and subscribes to its strict Code of Ethics (which in many cases goes beyond state law). In most areas, it is the REALTOR® who shares information on the homes they are marketing, through a Multiple Listing Service (MLS). Working with a REALTOR® who belongs to an MLS will give you access to the greatest number of homes.
Using an agent and the obligations that are owed to you
An agent is bound by certain legal obligations. Traditionally, these common-law obligations are to: Put the client's interests above anyone else's; Keep the client's information confidential; Obey the client's lawful instructions; Report to the client anything that would be useful; and Account to the client for any money involved.
NOTE: A REALTOR® is held to an even higher standard of conduct under the NAR’s Code of Ethics. In recent years, state laws have been passed setting up various duties for different types of agents. As you start working with a REALTOR®, ask for a clear explanation of your state's current regulations, so that you will know where you stand on these important matters.
The difference between a buyer's and a seller's broker
Suppose you sign an offer to buy a home for $150,000. You really want the property and there's a chance other offers are coming in, so you tell the broker that "We'll go up to $160,000 if we have to. But of course don't tell that to the seller." If you're dealing with a seller's agent, he or she may be duty-bound to tell the seller that important fact. In most states, the seller's agent doesn't have any duty of confidentiality toward you. Honest treatment might require that the agent warn you that "I must convey to the seller anything that would be useful so don't tell me anything you wouldn't tell the seller."
TIP: If you're dealing with seller's agents, it’s a good idea to keep confidential information to yourself. These days many home buyers prefer instead to hire a buyer's broker, one who owes the full range of duties, including confidentiality and obedience, to the buyer. A buyer's broker is often paid by the seller, regardless of the agency relationship.