Lacuna Group

Buying with the Lacuna Group


Nothing is more exciting and, simultaneously, more stressful than finding a home that feels like it got built for you. A home is the centerpiece of our lives, and we understand the impact a decision like this has on us holistically and financially. 

With a wealth of experience in property valuation, legal requirements, property inspections, negotiation, financing options, marketing, closing procedures, and property management, our agents are adept at navigating the complexities of the real estate process of buying a home.

We complement our market skills with a desire to find a unique home that is as unique as you. 

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  • 1. Establish a Realistic Budget

    Before purchasing a home, you must analyze your finances to determine a reasonable budget for a new home. Be sure to factor in expenses beyond the mortgage payment, such as property taxes, insurance, and maintenance costs.

  • 2. Secure Pre-Approval for a Mortgage

    Getting pre-approved for a mortgage will give you a better idea of what you can afford and simplify the home-buying process. It also shows sellers that you're a serious buyer.

  • 3. Choose a Seasoned Real Estate Agent

    Partnering with a seasoned real estate agent with in-depth knowledge of the local market can be invaluable in helping you find a home that fits your needs and budget. An experienced agent can also guide you through the process and help you avoid potential pitfalls.

  • 4. Begin Your Home Search

    Utilize online listings, visit open houses, and drive through neighborhoods to get a sense of what's available in your desired location. Your agent can also provide you with up-to-date information on available homes and assist you in arranging property tours.

  • 5. Make an Offer

    When you discover a home that meets your criteria, your agent will help you prepare an offer. If the seller accepts, you'll move to the next stage of the process.

  • 6. Schedule a Professional Home Inspection

     It's always wise to have a professional home inspector examine the property to identify any issues or potential problems affecting your purchase decision.

  • 7. Close the Deal

    Once the inspection is complete and any necessary repairs get negotiated, it's time to sign the paperwork and close the deal. Your agent can guide you through this process to ensure a smooth and successful closing.

  • 8. Enjoy Your New Home

    After closing, you'll receive the keys to your new home and can start settling in. Owning a home is a significant accomplishment and milestone, and you can take pride in having a personalized space you call home.

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