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The pitfalls of the financing proviso

The pitfalls of the financing proviso

When buying the home, the buyer usually takes a "reservation of financing. This simply means, then the buyer can get out from under the sale if he does not get a mortgage loan. In practice, buyers often take this too lightly. In this article, we'll explain to you...

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Why are some homes for sale for a long time?

Why are some homes for sale for a long time?

Not every home is going to be fast in this housing market madness sold. How is it that some homes are for sale for a very long time? Staked too highPricing a home too high deters viewers. Viewers very often (in the Randstad) assume that they already have to overbid...

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Low Rate, High Rate, Current I and Current II

Low Rate, High Rate, Current I and Current II

A customer recently asked me for the simplest job ever: just passing on the meter readings of her new home. We only got stuck when filling in because it was not clear which electricity rate now belongs to which electricity level. We now know what it is and are going to explain it to you.

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Cracks in your house simply explained.

Cracks in your house simply explained.

Oh my! A crack in my wall, what is going on? Don't look no further, in this blog we give you answers on the cause of the most common cracks. Also we will tell you if it's bad or not. We will explain it nice and easy, so everyone can understand. A horizontal crack in...

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How much should you overbid to buy a home?

How much should you overbid to buy a home?

Many people think you should overbid by 10%, but the truth is there are no maxims here! How much you should bid on a property depends on a lot of factors. I will cover the most important ones: The asking price does not existThis is something I usually say to new...

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10 Golden Tips to succeed when buying a home

10 Golden Tips to succeed when buying a home

Are you just not managing to buy a house successfully? Have you bid many times but without success? What can you do better to WELL succeed with buying your new home? We give you our 10 GOLDEN tips when buying a home! You'll find the tips in the video below and we also...

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What do we look for when viewing a home?

What do we look for when viewing a home?

When I go to view a home with my client, there is a hefty list of things I look out for. I will highlight some of the issues.Together with the client, we set up a search profile in our system. This ensures that properties that fit the searcher's profile get directly...

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Why should you hire a buying agent?

Why should you hire a buying agent?

You want to going to buy a home. You've been looking at a lot of houses on Funda and maybe you've you've even been viewing homes. But that new home, you haven't found it yet, let alone bought. Friends you talk to bought their house with a purchasing agent. Why would...

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Sale or purchase of a home with solar panels

Sale or purchase of a home with solar panels

Solar panels increase the value of a home. A home with solar panels has a better energy label. Depending on the type of home, the area and the number of solar panels, this can make a difference of up to 3 'label steps'. According to research by Tias' VastgoedLAB,...

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NVM Sales Deed (2018 model) simply explained

NVM Sales Deed (2018 model) simply explained

In principle, the bill of sale is a very straightforward contract. This is because it is a standard model agreement in which only things are changed or filled in. This is done in a different font, or is captioned or crossed out with a pen. The bill of sale protects...

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The Haarlems bidding system

The Haarlems bidding system

What is it and what exactly is the difference with the Amsterdam bidding system? In our region (Zuid-Kennemerland), the Amsterdam bidding system is most common. Before the crisis, this was mostly the Haarlem bidding system. We explain the operation of this Haarlem...

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The energy label when selling your home

The energy label when selling your home

Energy label mandatory When selling a home, you must ensure that your home has an energy label otherwise you risk a fine of over €400 at the time of transfer. Do I already have an energy label? Your home may already have an energy label, for example because it was...

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The structural inspection of a house

The structural inspection of a house

As a purchasing agent, in many cases we advise the buyer to have the home inspected structurally. We do this, of course, to see what the structural concerns of the home are and the cost to improve them. Not just for the short term, but especially for the future. As a...

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