For Buyers

How Can the Jack McDonald Team Help Me?

All agents have access to the same information in the MLS. The difference lies in the level of service that you are provided by that agent. With our dedicated team of Buyer’s Agents, we only work with people like you: BUYERS. Therefore, you receive a higher level of service and YOU are our #1 priority.

We can assist you in the purchase of a resale home, a new construction, and even a For Sale By Owner!

Why Does a Buyer Want Representation?

The Jack McDonald Team has dedicated Buyer’s Agents to assist you with your home search. Their sole purpose is to assist you in finding a home and to see the transaction through from contract to close.  You will receive the highest level of service. Contact one of our Buyer’s Agents today for more information or to schedule a meeting.

Why Use A Buyer’s Agent?

  • Save Money: Many clients save money off of the original list price when using a dedicated buyer’s agent through the Jack McDonald Team.
  • Buyer Instant Notification System: We can email you or call you daily when the newest, hottest homes hit the market (and even some that haven’t yet!). This way, you will know the moment your new home hits the market!
  • Assistance with Finding the Right Loan: We will assist you in setting up a meeting with an expert loan officer to get you the right loan for your purchase.
  • Private Home Tours: We will take you on a private tour of any property that meets your needs. We preview the homes for you, and only take you to the “Best of the Best” so as not to waste your valuable time. We also can tour the various new home communities as well!

What Are the Steps in Purchasing a Home?

  1. Choose a Buyer’s Agent to assist you in the home buying process.
  2. Meet with a mortgage loan officer and get pre-approved for a loan.
  3. Specify your wants, needs, and budget for your new home.
  4. View properties that meet your criteria.
  5. Find a home that fits your needs.
  6. Make an initial offer to purchase the home. Trust your buyer’s agent to prepare and present your offer to the seller in the best possible light.
  7. Negotiate terms. Counter offers are common, so you may need to be flexible on price, closing date, etc.
  8. Arrange for a professional home inspection. This is your chance to have the property’s condition evaluated by a professional.
  9. Negotiate repairs (if any) during the option period.
  10. Close on the home. Your closer, buyer’s agent, and loan officer will walk you through the process.
  11. Move in, and live happily ever after!