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In most markets, sellers agree to pay 2% to 3% of a home’s sale price to the buyer’s agent as commission for finding a buyer for their home. As the buyer’s agent, we take that commission and apply it toward operating costs.
Most single-family residences, townhomes, condos, tenancy-in-common, and investment properties that are located in our service areas: Washington, California, Massachusetts, and Oregon.
Not as a buyer; however, we’ll ask you to sign an exclusive agency agreement if you decide to list with us. While we provide everything you need to purchase a home (real estate agents, loan officers, etc.), you’re always free to work with one of our preferred lenders or another third-party lender of your choice.
Each hard inquiry, like a loan application, appears on your credit report for about two years. However, if multiple inquiries are done within a given window (usually 14 days) they’ll only count as one inquiry, minimizing the impact on your credit. Because Flyhomes Mortgage moves fast, you can easily get pre-underwritten while shopping for lenders within that time frame. Discover five common credit score myths.
No. Our real estate agents’ pay isn’t tied to a home’s purchase price, as they receive a base salary and bonuses based on how many homes they help buy. Flyhomes collects a standard commission, which goes toward operating costs.
As soon as possible. That’s why we get you pre-underwritten, first thing. Doing so let’s you know your budget and lets sellers know you can pay. Learn more about the benefits of getting pre-approved.