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Jun 18

How to Buy a House With Less Stress

Imagine you’re getting on a passenger plane.  You sit down and buckle up in your seat, and the pilot comes on the microphone and says “Welcome aboard everybody.  Clear skies ahead, so I promise you there will be no turbulence on this flight.” 

Does that ever happen?  I don’t think so!  Can the pilot guarantee no turbulence?  NO! 

Between takeoff and landing, there are a lot of things that can go wrong.  There are so many factors working together, not just to keep the plane in the air, but also to make sure the plane gets to the right destination. 

Is there ever turbulence?  Of course!  Do unexpected things ever happen?  Of course they do.  If they didn’t we wouldn’t need a human being flying the plane.  But with the pilot’s help and expertise, 9,999 times out of 10,000, the plane lands safely, on a dime, right where it set out to go. 

Buying a home is no different.  It’s a complicated process.  There are a lot of people and companies that have to coordinate and work together to get you into that house.  And there are plenty of things that can go wrong between here and there.  The point is, you need to have realistic expectations.  Do yourself a favor and try to relax.  You’ll have a much better experience if you do.

As your Personal Mortgage Planners, think of me like the pilot of your plane. My job is to assist you in getting your new mortgage for the lowest overall cost, in the least time, with the least aggravation. I can’t promise you there won’t be any turbulence, but I can promise that I’ll utilize my experience and expertise to take you on the smoothest flight I can. And if we do hit turbulence, I promise not to bail on you.  My commitment to you is that I’ll be on your team throughout the flight until we get safely to your destination.

 

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