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1673 Westbrook Plaza Dr.
Suite 230
Winston-Salem, NC 27103


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Bob Robbins and Nancy Anderson have proven track records as an accredited Buyers Representatives in North Carolina and will work  for you to get the best price & terms, as your agents "FROM CONTRACT TO CLOSING"!  Assisting you through all inspections, helping to find solutions to your financing needs and every aspect of home buying in the Triad area of North Carolina covering Advance, Clemmons, Kernersville, Lewisville, King, Mocksville, Pfafftown, Rural Hall, Walkertown, Winston Salem, Forsyth County, Davie County; Davidson County, Stokes County and more. Call for details.

Triad Area Home Buyer Transaction

  • Buyer makes offer, seller accepts
  • Buyer's earnest money (good-faith deposit) is placed in the listing agency's trust account
  • Lender orders appraisal (buyer or agent might order it for a cash purchase)
  • Inspections are ordered after an acceptable appraisal is received (If time is a factor, and you're confident the home will appraise, inspections can be done earlier)
  • Repair issues are negotiated with the seller
  • Termite inspection is ordered (must be within 30 days of closing)
  • After a successful appraisal and inspections surveys are ordered
  • Buyer applies for hazard insurance and the information goes to the lender and closing attorney
  • Nearing closing date, buyer arranges for utilities to be transferred or established in the buyer's names
  • Closing takes place at the office of the buyer's attorney. (The seller's attorney has forwarded signed deeds to the closing attorney.)
  • Buyer gives attorney certified funds to pay for the transaction's closing and buyers sign loan papers and other required documents
  • Attorney records new deed at the courthouse and disperses funds due to all parties
 
 

Home Buyer Expenses

  • Deed preparation (attorney fee)
  • Tax stamps, an excise tax based on sales price
  • Seller's prorated share of: property taxes, property association dues, other similar fees
  • Real estate commission if an agency is involved
  • Fees associated with loan payoff or transferring funds into a checking account (overnight fees, electronic fund transfer)
  • Any costs they've agreed to share with the buyer

Home Buyer's Offer to Purchase Contract
Residential Property Disclosure
NC law requires that most sellers furnish a residential property disclosure that describes the condition of all systems in the home.

Boundary Surveys
Buyers usually pay for surveys, but sometimes ask the seller to share in the cost. Most lenders do not require a survey, but agents usually recommend them.

Sales Contracts
 
Most residential sales contracts are written by real estate agents using standard forms provided by the North Carolina Association of Realtors. These "fill in the blanks" forms were developed by attorneys and comply with NC state laws but sometimes buyers will ask their attorneys to draft offers for them.

Home Inspections
Home inspections normally take place after the contract is accepted by all parties. Inspections are typically paid for by the buyer.

Contingencies
Contingencies for basic home inspections and pest inspections are part of the main body of the contract. Contract contingencies for some types of inspections, such as those for septic systems and radon levels, are added by including a special addendum with the offer and the same for many other contingencies, such as appraisal requirements, buyer possession before closing, seller financing and more. Other standard contingencies include financing provisions, a description of items to remain in the home (or be removed), clarification of association dues.

 
 

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TESTIMONIALS
Winston-Salem Home Buyer
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"Nancy is someone I will RECOMMEND and RECOMMEND!!! This was one of the BEST experiences I've ever had!

Nancy is knowledgeable, timely, helpful and willing to do anything she can for her clients! This lady works hard for YOU!!! This will be our last purchase for some time but if ever the need arise or anyone asks... I would USE Nancy Anderson again and again!"

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The best agent I have used in the last 20 years. Always on the job and you always are kept abreast of what is going on with your issues, Nancy is always just a phone call away. Plus she ALWAYS returns phone calls....how great is that!
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TESTIMONIALS
Winston-Salem Home Buyer
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"Bob was an excellent realtor with whom to work. This was my first home buying experience and he was willing to take the time to explain various aspects of the process to me which I found very helpful. He was also prompt in his correspondence and completed all tasks he agreed to in a timely manner. I would recommend Bob to anyone looking for a realtor."

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Bob is an excellent agent to work with and I highly recommend him! He listened to me and helped me find the very best property to fit my needs. He is an expert negotiator! I couldn't have asked for anyone better! Thanks Bob!
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