The Home Buying Process is Arizona may seem complicated and this is why you will want to make sure you have an experienced real estate agent working in your best interest. There are many steps you will have to go through during the process of buying a home in Arizona and we will do our best to educate you. Sometimes real estate agents use terminology that will not be clear to a buyer. Our agents are trained to talk at the consumers level so you have a clear understanding of what is going on during the process of your home purchase. Below you will find some of the most common forms and links to their explanation and purpose.
Important Home Buying Forms for Home Buyers in Arizona:
- Residential Real Estate Purchase Contract
- Real Estate Counter Offers
- Real Estate Addendums
- HOA Addendum
- Buyer Advisory (Research Tool for buyer inspections)
- Seller Property Disclosure (SPDS)
- Lead Based Paint Disclosure (homes older than 1978)
- Clue Report (Insurance Loss History)
- Buyer Inspection Notice, Sellers Response (BINSR)
- Septic Certification
Michelle Shelton is an Associate Broker with eXp Realty. She is the Treasurer of the Arizona Regional MLS and serves on the Board of Directors with Arizona Association of REALTORS® as well as Southeast Valley Regional Association of REALTORS®. Michelle is also on the Rules Committee at ARMLS and serves on various task forces for ARMLS. She is also Chair of the Audit Committee. Michelle is active in raising the bar in the real estate industry as a whole. She has a passion for people and the rights of homeowners. As a Public Speaker and Writer, she has written for various magazine and trade publications and speaks Nationwide regarding the loss of her son, grief and emotional health.
She is a Certified Negotiations Expert, has attended Accredited Buyer classes and is a real estate instructor with Internal Dynamics Real Estate School.
Michelle enjoys time with her husband and family, writing, gardening, reading and is a huge fan of personal growth.