First Steps

What Should I Do First?

Guess what? You've already started. The first step that almost all home buyers take when looking for a new home is to start researching on the Internet. Since that is where you're reading this, I'm going to congratulate you for finding The Springs Houses. This site is the perfect place to begin your search for your North Colorado Springs home.

To search for properties in North Colorado Springs, simply click on the "Property Search" on the main menu, above. Our biggest priority is to make this process as easy as possible for you. If there's any information you need but can't find here, don't hesitate to ask. This website is a living thing and is constantly changing.

The amount of Real Estate information available on the internet can be pretty overwhelming. Most sites (this one included) do their best to be as up to date as possible...but the reality is that many sites don't update the instant a new home is listed on the MLS. To be ahead of the crowd in this respect, I highly recommend you allow me to set you up with a website customized to your own requirements. This site is tied in directly to the MLS system, so you will immediately get alerts to homes that meet your own criteria as soon as they are active in the MLS. In a Seller's Market such as we are currently experiencing in North Colorado Springs, anything you can do to be ahead of the rest of the buyers can be the difference between finding your dream home or not. Just contact me and tell me your wish list, and I will make it happen.

Hopefully you'll find some houses in North Colorado Springs that you want to look at in person. That's great. The next step is for us to meet and go over some details. Colorado law requires that all buyers be properly represented in writing prior to viewing their first property. This not only protects you, but it also protects me as well as the seller. This 'Buyer Agency Agreement' is between the buyer and the agent, and establishes the Fiduciary Relationship I mentioned earlier. It can be cancelled in writing at any time as long as you are not under contract to purchase a home.