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North Dallas Real Estate Buying a House in Dallas Get Pre-approved for a loan Find a Home to Buy in North Dallas Property search If issues can not be resolved, the contract is terminated within the option period.

Find a Real Estate Agent in Frisco TX How a North Dallas Real Estate Agent can help you buy a house.
A Real Estate Agent will:

Assist in determining how much house you can afford and help you get pre-approved for a loan.
Simplify your search by helping you define home and neighborhood criteria.
Screen new listings daily and alert you of homes that match your requirements.
Keep you abreast of local market conditions, so you can make informed decisions.
Gather in-depth detail on each home, schedule tours and point out the advantages and possible drawbacks of each property.
Work with you in drafting an appropriate offer and serve as your representative when presenting it to the seller.
Negotiate a contract that considers your goals and leads to a successful closing.
Supply a list of service providers, such as real estate inspectors, mortgage companies, appraisers, title companies, home warranty providers, insurance agencies, movers and more.

How to buy a house in Frisco TX
The TREC One to Four Family Residential
is an Unconditional Right Of Termination
ONLY during the Option Period.

Keep in Mind
Before the keys can be delivered to the buyer,
the loan must close and Fund.
It's not unusual for a closing to take place without immediate funding.

Homebuyers frequently asked questions


A listing agent works exclusively for the Seller and must do everything possible to get the best deal for their clients. This is outlined in the IABS form that the state of Texas requires all real estate agents present to new clients. IF YOU ARE A BUYER, and you want to be represented with the same commitment as the seller, signing a Buyers Representation Agreement with your real estate agent will grant you that advantage. This simply means that if you buy a house using the listing agent, that agent is employed by the Seller through a contract and CAN NOT represent YOUR best interests. If you plan to buy a house, employing a real estate agent through the use of a Buyers Representation Agreement provides you the same agency protection as the seller receives, as your agent now works exclusively for you.

Without signed representation, there is no agency agreement, and in most cases your real estate agent works for the seller by default. It usually cost you nothing to use a Buyers Representative in Texas, and it could save you more than just money.


  • Use our Mortgage Calculator to get a general idea of what your monthly payments will be.
    When you contact your real estate agent you need to determine how much house you can afford. Talk to your agent about the monthly payments and what you feel comfortable spending on a monthly bases.
    A real estate agent can help you find a mortgage broker to begin the pre-approval process, this step will affirm that the funds you want to borrow are available and what the limits will be. While getting pre-approved is a more in-depth process, a pre-approval letter lets both real estate agents and sellers know that you're a serious shopper and could gain added leverage in the price negotiations.

    The lender will perform an extensive review of your finances, requiring pay stubs, tax records, credit accounts, bank statements, credit report and more. The pre-approval will allow the lender to provide a more accurate and reliable estimate of what you can borrow; your pre-approval also indicates that a lender is ready to do business with you, pending the contract, market appraisal and the underwriting.
  • What should I ask the lender when shopping for a loan?

    What loan programs do you offer and which one do you think is best for me?
    How much do you require for a down payment?
    What interest rate will I receive?
    What are the terms of the loan?
    How much is the origination fee?
    Do you have in-house underwriting?
    How long will the loan approval process take?
    What line items of the loan agreement are negotiable if any?
    What is your policy for locking in interest rates, and will you honor a lower rate if it declines during the lock-in period?
    Is there a prepayment penalty for paying the loan off early?


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Jay A Hendrick

William Davis Realty

8856 Coleman Blvd

Frisco, Texas 75034
Cell: 214-336-7088
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