Our Services

Ezymax Realty Inc. is one stop shop local mortgage and real estate broker serving the Northern California and surround cities.

Buying a Home

Ezymax Realty Inc agents are here to guide you through the entire process from selecting the right home, to closing at the right price. We will help you shop for the best rates, terms and can even suggest mortgage lenders.

Before Purchasing a Home

Check Your Credit

Get copies of your credit report. If need be, clean it up. Remember, the higher your credit score, the better your loan interest rate. You should check all the three major credit reporting companies: Experian, Equifax and TransUnion, as each may have slightly different information.

Price Range

Determine your price range before you consider the areas you would like to live, so you can look at homes only in your budget.

Find a Lender

Most people have to take out a loan to buy a home, and you want to be prepared to make a purchase offer as soon as you find a home you’re interested in. So, you want to make sure that you are approved for a loan before you look at homes. If you need help finding a lender, we can recommend trusted lenders in your area.

Research

The details count when looking for the perfect home. If you have children, you will want to consider the school districts in the area. Do you want more bedrooms or bathrooms? Would you prefer a newer or older home? These are all things to keep in mind when looking for your new home.

Found Your Home?

When you find the home you want to buy, we are ready to prepare a written offer. Since we are familiar with market value, we'll help you arrive at a price that gives your offer the best chance of being accepted.

Once Your Offer is Accepted

After your offer is accepted, you’ll have a grace period to get the house professionally inspected. This is the time to request repairs or submit a counter offer if need be.

The next step is to verify that the terms and conditions on your loan are accurate. Also, we’ll go over your signing papers. My job is to be there with you through every step of the way.

Moving Time

Now that you’ve obtained your home, the next step is moving arrangements. If you plan on hiring a professional mover, schedule accordingly. I can also suggest reputable companies. Don’t forget to submit a change of address form and contact the local utility companies.

Selling a Home

Ezymax Realty Inc agents can help you get your home sold at the best price possible, in the right time frame, by marketing your home locally and online, and by making ourselves available to interested buyers whenever they call. We guide owners through the sale process and coordinate the transaction from start to close.

Before Your Home Is Listed

It’s important to have your home in good showing condition before buyers start going through it. Here are some steps to take:

Spot Paint

Touch up interior and exterior paint as needed

Update Carpet

Install new carpeting and flooring if it appears worn or dated.

Curb Appeal

Make sure the front is clean and spruced up – curb appeal will create a favorable first impression.

Trim and Rake

Trim bushes and plants as needed, and make sure the lawn is kept mowed and trimmed. In autumn, rake the leaves; in winter, keep the snow shoveled.

Extra Cleaning

Keep the interior clean, uncluttered and odor-free. Eliminate evidence of pets.

Minimize You to Maximize Them

Minimize personal items such as family photos. You want buyers to see themselves living in the home

Start Packing

Consider putting excess furniture and belongings in storage. Now’s the time to clean out the garage and basement and sell, give away or throw away items you don’t need any more.

Find Potential Problems Early

Consider having a pre-listing inspection performed. Buyers will be hiring professional inspectors; here’s your chance to address problems in advance.

Professional Stager

Consider engaging a professional stagger to give your home the right emotional appeal.

During the Listing Period

When potential buyers visit your home, either find something to do away from your home for a couple hours, or make yourself as inconspicuous as possible.

Have fresh flowers in the entryway. It makes for a friendly introduction into your home.

If offers are made that don’t match your hoped-for price, don’t reject them offhand. Pay attention to your agent’s advice.

Consider dropping the price if several months go by with few or no offers, but if you and your agent have priced your home properly from the start, this shouldn’t be necessary.

Don’t get discouraged. In buyer’s markets, homes can take time to sell.

Financing

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