When you’re ready to buy a multifamily property in Silicon Valley, whether you’ll rent out each unit or occupy one while renting out the others, you’ll need to follow a specific set of steps to get to the closing table. The purchase process for multifamily properties, including duplexes, triplexes and fourplexes, is different from buying
Back to Buyer's Guide Navigating the home-buying process on your own requires a lot of work – and it’s totally unnecessary. You don’t have to pay to work with a buyer’s agent; the seller pays the buyer’s agent’s commission, so there’s really no reason not to work with a real estate agent.
Back to Buyer's Guide When you’re preparing to finance a home or investment property, you’ll hear two common terms: pre-qualification and pre-approval. Pre-approval is the one to pay attention to and the most important. When you pre-qualify for a mortgage, you get a ballpark estimate of how much you might be able
Back to Buyer's Guide Before you even begin searching Silicon Valley homes listed for sale or multi-family homes for sale online, make sure your finances are in order. This will most likely be the biggest purchase of your life, so you must cover all your bases. Examine your current financial situation