Experience matters when buying a home, whether you’re a first time buyer or an experienced real estate investor.

Best Beach Area Homes bring the experience and knowledge of the local market to make sure that your real estate transaction goes smoothly before, during and after your purchase.

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In today’s real estate market, the right combination of experience, speed, preparation, technology and service – before and after your transaction – can make all the difference between finding and closing on the home of your dreams, and missing an incredible opportunity.



The most important factor in a real estate transaction is to have a team with the experience and market knowledge to ensure that your offer has the best chance at success. At Best Beach Area Homes, our team has been through hundreds of transactions in all kinds of markets; we know how to put our clients in the best position to win, no matter whether it’s a multiple offer situation, a bank owned or short sale property, a luxury beachfront home, or an investment opportunity. With over 30 years of combined experience, we know what it takes to put our clients in the driver’s seat.


best-beach-area-homes-technologyMany of our clients live outside Florida, whether they be “snowbirds” from other parts of the US, Canadian buyers, or buyers from other parts of the world. Other buyers are simply powerful professionals who find it difficult if not impossible to be available to tour and write offers on properties as soon as they become available.

Fortunately, Best Beach Area Homes have the tools and technology to make sure you never miss the opportunity to purchase the home of your dreams, even if you can’t be there in person. From Facetime applications that allow you to view and inspect a property from your desktop, tablet or phone, to online document signing that allows you to make an offer from any location, we have the skills and tools to put you in the best position for a successful purchase.


best-beach-area-homes-preparationWe make sure our buyers are prepared to submit the strongest offers, to ensure they never miss an opportunity to purchase their dream waterfront home, whether for investment or personal enjoyment.


best-beach-area-homes-speedNo matter what the market is doing – great properties priced right sell quickly, and that can sometimes put buyers who are not ready at a disadvantage. Not with Best Beach Area Homes. We work quickly to make sure you never miss an opportunity to purchase the home of your dreams, and we know how to prepare you to move quickly when the right opportunity arises.

Concierge Service

best-beach-area-homes-conciergeWe focus on providing “concierge service” to every client. We understand that our clients often do not have the time or experience to track down every vendor that is needed to make sure their real estate transaction goes smoothly before and after purchase. Fortunately, with Best Beach Area Homes, you won’t have to. Our team of experts has the relationships already in place to answer your questions and meet your needs.

Buyer’s F.A.Q

A Pre-approval is necessary for several reasons. It allows the buyer to be sure how much home they can afford in the eyes of the lender, and to be reasonably certain that they will be able to close on a home in their pre-approved price range. It also assures the seller that the buyer’s offer is legitimate. Most importantly, with a pre-approval in hand, you have the confidence of knowing that when you do find the home you’ve been looking for, you are poised to act right away. It prevents you from losing out on the best opportunities.

Who pays closing costs depends on the negotiations between the buyer and seller. Typically, at closing the buyer pays the down payment on the loan, plus some or all of the following:

  • A credit report fee.
  • A loan origination fee, which lenders charge for processing the loan paperwork for you.
  • Buyer’s attorney’s fees.
  • Charges for any inspection required or requested by the lender or you.
  • Discount points, which are fees you pay in exchange for a lower interest rate.
  • Appraisal fee.
  • Title insurance to protect the lender from problems with title.
  • Title search fees, which pay for a background check on the title to make sure there aren’t things such as unpaid mortgages or tax liens on the property.
  • Deposits for property taxes and private mortgage insurance.
  • Pest inspection fee.
  • Recording fee.
  • Underwriting fee.

In a word – YES! Purchasing a home without an inspection could leave you saddled with thousands of dollars in unexpected repairs.

A home inspection is a thorough inspection of a home, performed by a professional inspector. The inspector looks at the whole home, and searches for any defects or problems – this includes structural and mechanical defects. The inspection usually takes place after a purchase contract has been signed and is paid for by the buyer at the time of the inspection.

A contingency is any agreement between buyer and seller upon which the purchase and sale depends. For instance, an inspection contingency is an agreement within the purchase and sale stating that the buyer has the opportunity to inspect the property prior to purchase, and the seller has the opportunity to correct any problems the buyer identifies in the inspection. If the buyer and seller cannot agree on how to correct the problems found in the inspection, then the buyer can “walk away,” or rescind their offer, and decline to purchase the property.

Most purchase offers include two standard contingencies; financing and inspection.

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