08 Sep Tips for Touring and Buying a Home Remotely
Even while COVID-19 pandemic restrictions are being lifted in some areas, many buyers are relying on online listings and virtual tours to get a feel for a home. In fact, as people continue to practice social distancing, some buyers never step foot inside a home before purchasing it.While that might seem intimidating, there are many tools and resources that make it possible to
tour and buy a home remotely or at the very least get the process started.
Resources for Virtually Touring a Home
Video tours take some getting used to. But even if you’re not physically walking through the home, you’ll want to ask your realtor the same questions and get a look at the same features.
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Connect With a Dedicated and Skilled Realtor from The Gordon Group
How to Get a Feel for the Neighborhood
Touring homes in person allows you to get a good sense of the neighborhood. However, you’ll have to use other resources when virtual tours are your only option.
Once you’ve decided on a home, you’ll have to hire some professionals.
Closing on a Home Remotely
Most parts of a real estate sales transaction can be done without meeting in person thanks to the fact that e-signatures are legally binding.
Even though there’s a pandemic going on, you might still need to move forward with your plans to buy a house. Luckily, most parts of the home-buying process can be done virtually or remotely, eliminating the need for in-person contact. With these resources, you can still get a good feel for your next home without even leaving the couch.