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October 3, 2022

Steve Novak

Do I need an agent when buying new construction?

If you are interested in learning more, simply call us or you can arrange for one of our local agents to accompany you to meet with the builder. Should you choose after your meeting not to work with EZ Agents and go it alone with the builder – than you will have no obligation to us.

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September 5, 2022

Steve Novak

What is a Good Credit Score

We understand that credit scores for buying homes can get confusing.,If you are trying to get a better idea of exactly what you qualify for, let us help you get in touch with a lender today.

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September 5, 2022

Steve Novak

What you need to know when purchasing your first house

By following the essential steps listed in this guide, as well as the sage advice of your professional real estate agent, you’ll be closing on your new home in no time. If you’ve still got questions about the homebuying process, or if you’re just looking for the easiest way to get started, feel free to give EZ Agents a call at (720) 687-3033 or fill out our easy online contact form. Consultations are always free, and we are here to help you no matter what stage of the home buying process you are at.

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August 1, 2022

Steve Novak

Purchasing a Home After Divorce

When you are ready to buy a home, EZ Agents is here to help. Take advantage of our buyer commission rebate program which can potentially save you thousands of dollars in the process!

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July 4, 2022

Steve Novak

How To Win In A Multiple Offer Situation?

From a seller’s point of view, contingent offer means that there is a huge potential obstacle that is completely out of their control. The sale of their home is fully contingent on a completely different set of buyers, financing conditions, inspections, appraisals, and other factors listed and not listed above. If for any reason that contract falls out, they are also out of contract. As you can imagine, a seller is very likely to consider a non-contingent offer over a contingent offer in a multiple offer situation even if it is a lower offer price.

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