Buying A Home in Asheville
The real estate market in Asheville and surrounding areas poses a unique challenge for home buyers looking to balance lifestyle and budget. Below is a collection of useful information and tips to learn more about buying a home in Asheville.
Find the Perfect Agent for YouBuying a house is much more than just that... It is finding the right place for you and your family to call home. Our real estate agents are the best trained in the industry and will help you consider all the factors for finding your home in Asheville.
When buying real estate, you may have three choices as to how you want a real estate firm and its agents to work with you:
- Represent only you as a buyer’s agent
- Represent both you and the seller at the same time as a dual agent
- Represent only the seller as seller’s agent or subagent
About the Buying Process
Not only do Keller Williams real estate agents receive the highest level of training in the industry, our company has been repeatedly recognized as one of the best training companies across all industries!
Buying a home is a complex and often confusing process that requires a meticulous attention to detail, experience, and training to manage smoothly. Our Asheville office has thousands of years of experience to help you and our team navigate any type of real estate transaction.
Knowing more about the process of buying a home in Asheville will help you find the right real estate agent and ensure a successful and seamless transition into your new home.
Find the Right Home for You
Before buying a new home, you should create a list of features that you want and need. This will help your real estate agent find the right home for you.
The home inspection is a common and wise part of the purchasing process; it also provides you an opportunity to examine the home with a professional.
We have partnered with Movement Mortgage, the premier mortgage company in Asheville, to provide home buyers with the best mortgages on the market.
Our home warranty partner, 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty, protects buyers against unexpected expenses and provides peace of mind for new home owners.