Christopher is a licensed real estate broker in the State of Arizona. He specializes in helping first time home buyers. Chris is also an avid gamer and music enthusiast.
Not sure what questions to ask during the due diligence period when buying your first home? The Buyer Advisory is an important and valuable document your REALTOR should provide you with to assist you with your due diligence and home buying questions. This 14-page document is full of information and resources, as well as commentary from the Arizona Department of Real Estate. By carefully reviewing this advisory, you can find insight and resources to help you ask the right questions about your potential new home. I consider it a must-read for anyone purchasing a home, but especially first time home buyers.As always, you can reach me at:Christopher EppichAssociate BrokerHomeSmart(480)
The due diligence period is full of many things to consider and almost as many things to do. Many first time home buyers aren't sure what questions to even ask, but you're in luck! The Arizona Association of REALTORS residential purchase contract offers you crucial insights from the seller in the form of 2 critical documents the seller should provide you. They are the Seller's Property Disclosure Statement and the Insurance Claims Report. These two documents, along with the Buyer Advisory are instrumental in understanding the condition of the home, and discovering any important facts about the home that might just change your mind about purchasing that home. In this episode, I'm going to discuss these two documents in more detail and help you understand how to use them to know what questions to ask.As always, you can reach me at:Christopher EppichAssociate BrokerHomeSmart(480)
Will 2021 be a good year to purchase a first home? 2020 was a difficult year for many first time home buyers. So, how will 2021 compare? It's important for first time home buyers to understand the real estate market and determine for themselves if it's a good time to purchase a house. In this podcast, I will be discussing some of the predictions by economists as well as what I am seeing so far in 2021. In this episode, I discuss 2 online articles. You can find them here: always, you can reach me at:Christopher EppichAssociate BrokerHomeSmart(480)
The buyer's due diligence period, also known as the "inspection period", is an important part of the home buying process. The inspection period is usually the first 10 days after contract acceptance. This gives the buyer the chance to discover and review any material (or important) information the buyer deems that would change the buyer's decision to purchase the house. During this period there are several useful tools to help the buyer with this process. They are:The Buyer AdvisoryThe Seller's Property Disclosure StatementThe CLUE or Insurance Claims ReportThe Buyer's AgentIt's important to ask lots of questions during this 10 day period. Once this period is over, the buyer can continue asking questions but loses the right to cancel if they discover an issue that they find unacceptable.I'll be back on January 19, 2021. In the mean time, if you have any questions or want to find out more about the buyer's due diligence, you can contact me at:Christopher EppichAssociate BrokerHomeSmart(480)
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Oct 3rd, 1974
Gilbert, Arizona, United States of America
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