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Buying Vermont Real Estate

The purchase of real estate, be it your first home or your tenth investment property, will most likely be the largest financial transaction in which you will ever be involved. It is extremely important you have a REALTOR® assist you with this transaction.

As a buyer you have the right to be represented by a "Buyers Agent." This representation requires the signing of a contract between you and a REALTOR® here at Hickey & Foster Real Estate. We can represent you as we progress together to find, make an offer to purchase, negotiate the contract and do the various functions that need to be done to get the transaction through the closing. This list might include assisting with financing, having the property inspected, including radon, lead paint and underground storage tanks as well as such items as surveys, sellers property disclosure statements, first rights of refusal, personal property inventories, obtaining copies of all local/state health, subdivision and Act 250 permits, etc. As your Buyers Broker, we are committed to attempting to find the type of property you desire even if it is not yet listed for sale. It is a means for you to have one-stop shopping and we pledge to you that we will provide the level of service you expect and desire.

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Reasons to Work with the Hickey & Foster Real Estate

Thinking about buying or selling a home? The Orlando Regional Realtor® Association compiled a list of possible actions, research steps, procedures, processes, and review stages that a Realtor® may provide in a typical, successful residential real estate transaction. Learn more about how the Hickey & Foster Real Estate can help guide you through the process of buying your new home. READ