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Buying your dream home shouldn’t be a nightmare. So we dreamed up a better way. The Homeside Way.

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15-Minute Consultation

We won’t waste your time. Tell us your goals, and we’ll find a way to make them happen.

Product Selection

With over 20 different products, we can help with anything from down payment assistance to debt consolidation—and even home loan programs for veterans.

Docs, Lock, and Appraisal

We’ll do the heavy lifting, you marvel at the simplicity and ease that only local appraisers, multiple investors vying for your loan, and Homeside Concierge house calls can bring.

Send Us Your Docs

You’ll get a list of every document we need (and other essential forms), and then you’ll send them to us within 48 hours.

Process

We do our thing, preparing all the legal and home loan documents for you to sign, and then schedule the closing.

Sign and Close

Your call: Close in the convenience of your home, or come to one of our beautiful offices. Either way, we’ll finish with a smile, handshake and hearty congratulations.

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Recent Blogs

8 Tips For a Safe Open House

Author: Mikey Rox   |  
Holding an open house is an excellent way to drive traffic to your listings, and since some of the people who stop by aren’t represented by an agent open houses can connect you with potential clients. But with any open house, you never know who will walk through the door. And sometimes, safety is an issue. Read More

How to Guide Clients Through a Final Walkthrough

Author: Mikey Rox   |  
One to two days before a scheduled closing, your buyers will have their final walkthrough. This is the last time they’ll tour the property before closing. This is also their final opportunity to bring legitimate concerns to a seller’s attention. Read More

When You Should (And Shouldn’t) Keep Opinions to Yourself

Author: Mikey Rox   |  
You work hard to help your clients sell their homes or buy the perfect property for their families. But although you invest time and energy in helping your clients, it's important to set boundaries, which includes keeping some opinions to yourself. Read More