Why choose me as your agent? Simply put, because I love NWA and the work I get to do here in the community, helping to make the real estate process easier. I’m a real estate expert with a passion for personalized service. As your agent, my focus is finding you the best possible home at the best possible price.

Finding a home that fits your needs can be a challenge, especially with all the choices available in Fayetteville and Northwest Arkansas. As an expert on local real estate, I know about the houses for sale, neighborhoods, schools and resources you need. In many instances, I know of homes that are not yet in the Multiple Listings Service.

For most people, choosing a new home is the biggest financial decision you will make. There are many complexities involved in buying your new home. Working with an expert who knows the market, process and complexities can make it easier. Working with me, you will benefit from my expertise, connections and knowledge in making the process as easy and efficient as possible.

As my client, you receive:

  • Highly personalized service to meet your needs. I help manage the process to protect your interests, keep things on track and reduce your stress.
  • All the properties that meet your criteria, including unlisted properties that I might find through my contacts.
  • Expert guidance throughout the entire process, from finding homes, to getting the best financing, title company, closing and home services.
  • The best price and terms for your new home. I can negotiate and make sure you don’t make costly mistakes.
  • Answers to all of your questions about the local market area. Not just about homes for sale, but about schools, neighborhoods, the local economy and more.

Are you ready to buy a house? Let me help you find your dream home. Feel free to call or email me with any questions you have, or fill out the buyer form here with as much information as you can. I’ll search all the homes available for sale, and send you a free list of the homes that match what you’re looking for. When you’re ready to start the process, I’m here for you.

Get a better idea of what your home might sell for by finding out the sales price for the house down the street. With my free “Neighborhood Sales Alert,” you receive the sales prices for all recently sold properties in your neighborhood. I can give you the sales price of a specific property, or average home prices in the neighborhood.

Fill out the form here for your free Neighborhood Sales Alert.

Do you need financing for your new home? For most people, applying for a home loan is one of the most challenging aspects of buying a house. It doesn’t have to be. My lending knowledge and connections can make the process much easier and less stressful.

Here are some guidelines to make the process easier:

  1. Make a list of questions about your loan program

It can be confusing to understand all of the details for fixed and adjustable rate mortgages. Bring a list of questions about the different loan programs, rates, points or anything you don’t understand. My lenders or I will be happy to assist you.

  1. Determine when to lock your loan rate

When you lock in an interest rate, the lender is guaranteeing to keep to the mortgage interest rate fixed for the loan – normally when you send the loan application in. By floating the rate, you can lock the rate anytime between application and closing. If you decide to float, you are expecting the interest rates to dip in the near future. Here is the loan forecast for the next 90 days of interest rates.

  1. Determine if you want to pay additional points to decrease your rate

If you choose to pay additional points to lower the rate of your mortgage loan, you will pay for them at the time of closing. Every point is 1 percent of the loan. If you’re not sure if purchasing points is right for you, explore this mortgage point calculator. And this mortgage calculator can help you estimate what monthly payment and loan you can qualify for.

  1. Compile your paperwork

Acquiring a loan requires lots of paperwork, so it’s good to get your documentation ready. Explore the FHA loan requirements to better understand the process and what documents you will need.

The real estate business is a complex industry. To help you better understand the process of buying and selling real estate, here is a real estate glossary of the most common real estate words.