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A Summary of our Process

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ISD Realtors offers a unique process that begins with your wish list. While your ISD agent is searching for homes that match your criteria, our sister company, Mortgage Consultants, Ltd. provides a free consultation about current interest rates, financing options, pre-qualifying, and how your financial boundaries translate into a sales price maximum for your new home. After getting acquainted with each other during our meeting, either in person or over the phone, we know whether you are going to be able to accomplish your objectives, and from there we go on to create a game plan.

Once MCL has been provided with everything needed to determine if you can be approved for the home you desire at a price you can afford, they will provide you with a free loan approval letter to be submitted to the home seller when you make an offer. The quality of this approval is essential to gain your seller’s confidence that you are a serious, qualified buyer.

Once you obtain your loan approval letter the fun really begins; you get to start looking at the homes. ISD Realtors schedules appointments to see any and all the listing you like and we dedicate ourselves to matching you with an agent who is extremely competent in the market that interests you.

Each school district has an elected Superintendent who manages it. Additionally, individual citizens who serve on a school board help make decisions for the district. School districts are not strictly bound by city limits, even though many of them are named after a city. Each school district has different attitudes about parent involvement, budgets for buildings and teachers, and demographics of residence. Some districts have foundations to help subsidize additional amenities, while others do not. Each school district has its own approach on how to design the high schools asking questions like, "How large do they want the school to be?" or "How many students will attend one high school before they build another one?"

At any rate, first the family selects the school and then they know which area they should be shopping in to find a home. The home must be located in that school district in order for one to send their children there. In other words, the family must be living in a residence on which the school district is collecting real estate property taxes for the family to be eligible to send their children to the school. Once the school district is selected, the house hunt begins.

Buying a Home

Buying a home is an exciting and complex adventure. It can also be a very time-consuming and costly one if you're not familiar with all aspects of the process, and don't have all the best information and resources at hand.

If you are like most people, buying a home is the biggest investment you will ever make. So whether you're buying a starter home, your dream home or an investment property, why not take advantage of my experience as a local market expert for Allen, Fairview, McKinney to make the most informed decisions you can every step of the way?

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The information contained herein is to the best of our knowledge, but is subject to verification by the Purchaser and Broker or Agent assumes no responsibility for corrections thereof. The sale is made subject to errors, omissions, change of price prior to sale or withdraw without notice. In accordance with the law, these properties are offered without respect to race, gender, creed, national origin, familial status or handicap.