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Managing the Closing Process is Where a Realtor Can Really Help

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The Lake LBJ Group All City Real Estate
Jeff Spears has lived full time on Lake LBJ since 2002. Jeff is a true Lake LBJ Waterfront Specialist with local expertise based on personal and professional experience. Jeff's number one priority is always doing what is best for his clients.




You probably think the main job of a Realtor is helping to find the right property and negotiating a purchase contract. While these are major steps, managing the process from an executed purchase contract to an actual closing is where the real efforts of an agent take place.


Closing a property purchase is a very complicated process. From inspections, repairs, getting a mortgage, title insurance, dealing with government and local owner's associations, surveys, encroachments, easements, sewage certifications and more.............the obstacles can be a significant challenge.


Only a local, licensed expert can best protect your interests and manage a safe and secure closing for you. The education requirements to become a Realtor are more intense than ever and the job is more complicated than at any point in history. Choose your Realtor wisely and ask them lots of questions. Make sure you are comfortable your agent knows how to manage the entire process and understands issues unique to each market.


Jeff Spears


The Lake LBJ Group Keller Williams Realty




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