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Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA
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Redfin's Free Home Buying Class - Orange County, CA

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    • 1. Redfin’s Home Buying Class Redfin’s North Orange County Team August 14 Fullerton, CA @RedfinOC facebook.com/RedfinOC
    • 2. Jacob Bruce – North Orange County Real Estate Agent ● Realtor for 11 years ● Closed over 50 deals with Redfin ● Born and raised in Fullerton ● Service Area: North OC
    • 3. Agenda ● Overview of the process ● Are you ready to buy? ● Understanding the market ● Never miss a home ● Choosing an agent ● Touring ● Mortgages ● Break! ● Short sales & foreclosures ● Making an offer ● Acceptance to closing
    • 4. A Little Bit About Redfin Redfin is a real estate brokerage on a mission to make buying and selling a home better for you. ● Accountability: we’re on your side, giving you honest advice ● Technology: sellers get more traffic; buyers tour homes first ● Value: a full-service brokerage that saves you thousands  No obligation
    • 5. Save $4,000 on Average
    • 6. Understanding the Buying Process
    • 7. Overview of a Buying a Home Research Your needs The market Neighborhoods Agents Mortgages Preapproval Search Define Preferences Instant Alerts Open houses Home tours Offer Comparables Draft offer Negotiate Mutual acceptance Closing Earnest money Inspection Loan application Title review Appraisal Financing approval Closing
    • 8. Are You Ready to Buy?
    • 9. Are You Ready to Buy? ● Do you have a family and need room to grow? ● Do you expect to stay put for 5 or more years? ● Have you saved up for a down payment? 3.5% to 20+% ● Have you saved up for closing costs? Typically 0-2% ● Can you rent for less?
    • 10. Understanding the Market
    • 11. Slide 11 of 55 Case-Shiller: Los Angeles Area v. 20-City 0.00 50.00 100.00 150.00 200.00 250.00 300.00 Los Angeles 20-City Composite
    • 12. Case-Shiller – By the Numbers ● Los Angeles Area Up 18.8% year-over-year Peak was September 2006 Down 32% from peak Currently at February 2004 and October 2008 prices ● 20-City Composite Up 12.1% year-over-year Peak was July 2006 Down 28% from peak Currently at and September and October 2010 prices
    • 13. Story of 2013: Low Inventory
    • 14. Story of 2013: Rising Prices
    • 15. Orange County Area Overview
    • 16. Where Is the Market Headed? ● Supply of homes is at a five-year low and won’t increase much more this year ● Even with rising interest rates, in most areas of Orange County it is still cheaper to buy than it is to rent, making buying more attractive ● Market stabilized – price increases in many areas ● Rate increases - biggest potential issue for buyers
    • 17. Never Miss A Home
    • 18. Real Estate Sites: What to Look For ● Has all the homes for sale ● Updated every 15 minutes ● Real-time sales data ● Insights from agents ● Lots of data ● Mobile apps
    • 19. Never Miss a Home
    • 20. Choosing the Right Agent
    • 21. What to Ask Any Agent ● Is this your full-time job? ● Where were your last five deals? ● Who else will be working with me? ● When am I committed to working with you? ● Has a client ever filed a complaint? ● How are you paid? ● Can I see some reviews of your work?
    • 22. Redfin Agent Reviews
    • 23. Redfin’s Partner Program Partner agents are employed by other brokerages, and have teamed up with us to provide Redfin-certified service We’ll refer you to a Partner Agent when: ► A home is below Redfin’s minimum price ► A home is outside of our service area ► If it’s in your financial advantage to work with a partner ► We’re experiencing unusually high customer demand We survey all partner agent clients ► All surveys are published on their Redfin page ► 97% of customers would recommend Redfin Partners
    • 24. Seeing Homes in Person
    • 25. Making the Most of Your Tour 1. Bring a camera, notebook & tape measure 2. See how much sunlight the place gets 3. Check the bathrooms for rot & mold 4. Look for wavy or discolored wood siding 5. Make sure water spouts drain away from house 6. Take stock of storage space 7. Turn off any music playing in house 8. Check for hardwood floors 9. Peek into the attic 10. Bring a marble or two 11. When sharing a wall, make sure it’s thick 12. Ignore the appliances and carpets 13. Check the closets 14. Get the disclosure packet 15. Compare the property’s tax records to the listing details
    • 26. Slide 26 of 55 How Touring with Redfin Works ● Led by agent or associate agent ● Up to six homes per tour in two hour blocks ● Go on as many tours as you need ● No obligation, no pressure
    • 27. Mortgages Craig C. Huston Skyline Home Loans 949-943-4122 chuston@skylinehl.com
    • 28. Local Recommended Lenders In no way does Redfin benefit financially from recommending lenders – we just think they’re great lenders!
    • 29. Get Pre-Approved Early A pre-approval letter is a letter from a bank or a lender estimating how much they'll lend you (May vary from what you want to pay monthly) ● Establishes what you can afford & makes offer process go faster ● Redfin asks that you get pre-approved before your third tour ● Good for 90 days, depending on lender (Credit reports are good for 90 days) Info needed: ● W-2, 2 years tax returns, 1 month of pay-stubs, asset statements (Show all funds used to close loan)
    • 30. Review Your Financial Situation ● Pull credit report, look for errors ● Establish comfort level for monthly payment ● Figure out how much monthly income goes towards debt: 28 – 33% for home. 45% for all debt. ● Pay down credit balances to 1/3rd ● Don’t open any new lines of credit ● Don’t buy any big ticket items ● Source of money ● Current employment status
    • 31. Pulling Credit: Is It Harmful? ● Your credit report must be reviewed by a lender before you can obtain a pre-approval ● If you know your score, a lender should be able to give you ballpark pricing for their loan products ● Better to know sooner rather than later about credit problems ● Seek a soft pull of your credit first! ● Disputes typically take 30 days and can potentially save you thousands!
    • 32. Start Shopping for Lenders Compile a list of 2-3 local lenders – Best to research lenders well in advance of offer being accepted. Don’t just look for best rate, look for communication and trust levels. Someone that holds your hand through the process can be much more valuable than an online source. Good sources include: ● Referrals from your agent ● Redfin's partner lenders ● Referrals from friends, family & co-workers ● Online review sites, such as Yelp, and of course the Redfin Open book ● Local chains and offices *Know your lender
    • 33. 10-Minute Break 10 mins 5 mins End Let’s Get Started!
    • 34. Short Sales and Bank Owned
    • 35. What is a Short Sale? The owner owes more on the mortgage than the home is worth ● Usually pre-foreclosure, but not always ● Listed for less than what’s owed to the bank ● Requires 1 - 2 banks’ approval (usually 2) ● May have other liens (taxes, utilities, HOA) We Can Help With a Short Sale! ● See short sales with a Redfin Agent ● If you want to buy, work with a Redfin Agent or a short sale partner agent ● Redfin partner agents work for other brokerages but share Redfin’s commitment to customer service ● Get a 15% commission refund
    • 36. What is a Bank-Owned Property(REO)? ● A foreclosed home owned by a bank or lender ● Standard sale but: ► Verbal negotiations ► Long response times ► Repairs unlikely ► Legal addenda may require an attorney ► Limited or no disclosures ► Banks demand use of their own contracts ► Bank can back out any time until they’ve signed ► Earnest money deposit usually held by listing agent
    • 37. Making an Offer
    • 38. Crafting Your Offer ● Evaluate – your agent will provide you with information about market conditions and recent sales in the area ● Consider the situation – the seller’s preferences, days on the market, and other interest will influence the process. ● Decide on price & strategy with your agent ● Common contingencies & terms: ► Earnest Money ► Inspection ► Financing ► Appraisal ► Title Review
    • 39. Tips for Winning a Bidding War 1. Just win, baby! Simply have the best offer. ► Cash is King ► Escalate your price? ► Tighten your timelines ► Remove some contingencies? 2. Get pre-approved with a local lender 3. What’s important to the seller? 4. Write a letter & appeal to the seller
    • 40. Acceptance to Closing
    • 41. Steps After Mutual Acceptance ● Earnest money deposit – usually 1-3%+ ● Inspection – approximately $500 ● Other inspections – sewer scope, septic, etc. ● Loan application – 5 days or less ● Title review ● Appraisal ● Loan approval ● Document signing ● Walk through/ Verification of Property ● Closing ● Receive your keys!
    • 42. Home Inspection We recommend that you have a home inspection ● Cost runs $350 to $1200 depending upon the home’s size ● Your agent will accompany you ● Your time to evaluate the property, know what you are buying Let’s talk about: ● What an inspection contingency covers and doesn’t cover ● Types of inspections
    • 43. What are Contingencies? This means the seller has accepted an offer on the property, but success may still depend on passing a home inspection or getting financing. Other types: ● Appraisal – Performed in conjunction with financing ● Loan ● Termite ● Disclosures ● Inspections
    • 44. What is Escrow? Escrow is a neutral third party intermediary that represents neither the buyer nor the seller. What do they do? • Hold the earnest money • Arrange for payoff of any liens (seller’s mortgage, utilities, tax, etc.) • Coordinate the signing appointments for all parties • Receive and disburse funds for closing • Arrange to notify county offices to change ownership
    • 45. Title Companies ● Prepares the final documents, including the HUD-1 ● Conducts the closing ● Examines and clears the title to the property ● Records the deed, mortgage and any other recordable instruments ● Issues title insurance to the lender and the buyer
    • 46. Closing: HUD–1 Settlement
    • 47. Signing and Closing A few days before closing you will sign your loan documents and have a walk through/ Verification of Property. On closing day, your loan will fund and title will record in your name. Hopefully, you will get your keys that day too.
    • 48. Selling Your Home with Redfin
    • 49. ● We’re on your side ► Agents paid on your satisfaction ● Double your exposure ► Premium placement on Redfin ► Zillow, Trulia, Craigslist and Realtor ● 1.5% listing fee (or $5,500) ► Professional photos paid for by Redfin ► Beautiful flyers paid for by Redfin We’ve helped over 50 people sell their homes in the last six months. Better Service, Lower Fees
    • 50. So What Now? ● Make sure it’s the right time for you ● Start browsing online ● Check out our Home Buying Guide ● Find the right agent ● Look for a local lender and get pre-approved ● Start seeing homes in person ● Make an offer & close the deal
    • 51. Thanks for Coming! Questions? Get in touch: Jacob Bruce jacob.bruce@redfin.com Craig Huston chuston@skylinehl.com Check out our upcoming classes: http://www.redfin.com/events
    • 52. All Done!

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