Seattle area home buyer
It’s all about you, your lifestyle and your every-day life: schools, transportation, neighborhood conveniences, medical facilities and more. These are the things that matter to a Seattle area home buyer. “Two-bed, Two-bath“ may describe what you need. However, it says nothing about who you are, what you do now, and what you like to do down the road.
What can you afford to buy?
Unless you are a cash buyer, you do need a trustworthy mortgage professional on your side. If you are new to the Seattle area, I can recommend one. Get pre-qualified before you go house hunting. That’s especially important if you are a first-time Seattle area home buyer.
What’s important to you in a home?
For example, do you entertain guests often and are looking for an open floorplan? Are you allergic and need a home with wood floors? Are you less able to walk the stairs, so one-level-living is in your future? Does your family have small children or a dog, so a fenced yard is a must?
What’s most important to you in a neighborhood?
Is it the easy commute to work that matters most? Should the schools be not only excellent but close by? Do you prefer the privacy of the countryside? Do you flourish in an urban setting, where you can walk to stores, restaurants and the fitness club? Is a view important enough to pay a premium?
If you do more than eat and sleep but are looking for a place that truly suits your lifestyle, send Gerhard an email.
What my clients say.
Top qualities: Great Results, Personable, High Integrity
“Gerhard was a pleasure to work with. He worked tirelessly on our behalf during both times we have used him to find a home (a relocation rental and a purchase). His knowledge of the area was a great benefit in our search. His prompt responses (even late at night) and technical savvy allowed us to move quickly once the right home was found. His conduct was upstanding throughout the process, from interacting with our children to writing of contracts. I would recommend Gerhard to my family and friends without hesitation.”