What  the JUDY GREENBRG GROUP offers her Buyers

The decision to purchase a home is a significant step that is often filled with uncertainties and mixed emotions.  There are many essential pieces to a successful outcome that require a great deal of expertise.  Finding the right community, choosing a quality house, optimizing your purchase offer and managing the negotiation process are just a few of the crucial components required to deliver your dream in the fastest and most “stress-free manner possible

Call or Text Judy at 847-602-5435 to get started

What the JUDY GREENBERG GROUP Offers Buyers

The decision to purchase a home is a significant step that is often filled with uncertainties and mixed emotions.  There are many essential pieces to a successful outcome that require a great deal of expertise.  Finding the right community, choosing a quality house, optimizing your purchase offer and managing the negotiation process are just a few of the crucial components required to deliver your dream in the fastest and most “stress-free manner possible

Call or Text Judy at 847-602-5435 to get started

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Step 1: Choosing A Home and Neighborhood

With over 15 years of serving the real estate community in the northwest suburbs, coupled with over 20 years of personally living and raising a family in Long Grove,  The JUDY GREENBERG GROUP  has extensive knowledge of all schools, park districts and community programs/services for Buffalo Grove, Long Grove, Vernon Hills, Lincolnshire, Arlington Heights and the surrounding suburbs.  Judy and her team will make sure your neighborhood choice matches your lifestyle needs.

Step 2: Access to Inventory

While every Realtor has access to the Multiple Listing Service and automatic notification of new property listings, the JUDY GREENBERG GROUP will make a difference with their active knowledge of properties in the “soon to be listed” stage.

Step 3: Pinpoint Optimum Offer Price

The ideal market price will be determined by many factors.  These include location, condition, market history, competition, timing, tax considerations and global economic factors to name a few.  Judy’s background as a CPA, coupled with over a decade as a top performer at Coldwell Banker, enables her and her team to provide you with the information you need to optimize your offer and ensure you receive optimal value for your investment.

Step 4: Negotiation

Making an offer is only the beginning.  Every purchase must be negotiated not only with the seller, but through inspectors, appraisers and attorneys.  Judy Greenberg and her team will bring her specialized negotiation skills and experiences to increase the probability of a successful outcome and to ensure you not only receive the maximum value for your purchase price, but with minimal stress in this often arduous process.

Step 5: Availability

The JUDY GREENBERG GROUP understands that your time is extremely valuable and as such we will ensure we never waste it.  Based on their understanding of your needs, they will personally preview properties, as necessary, to make sure the time we spend together is well invested.  Appointments will always be made at your convenience.

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Moving Checklist

Cancel deliveries for:
Milk
Diapers
Newspapers
Magazines

Give forwarding address to Post Office.
Send "New Address" cards to:

Magazines
Insurance company
Credit companies
Stores
Friends
Relatives

Check on insurance coverage of life, car and household goods en route to new home.

Check on packing and unpacking labor, arrival day, various shipping papers, method and time of expected arrival.

Leave any necessary legal papers with your attorney or Realtor.

Have bank recommend affiliate in new town and transfer checking and saving accounts.

Empty safe deposit box.

Ask doctor and dentist for referrals and transfer medical, dental and optometry records of all family members.

Have drug prescriptions refilled.
Get transcripts of children's school records.
Have birth and records made for all family members.
Drain gasoline from lawn mower.
Dispose of all flammables.
Drain hoses.
Return and reclaim all borrowed items from neighbors, friends and relatives.
Throw away useless items.
Mark all cartons and barrels with room in which they are to be placed by mover.
Mark box "DO NOT MOVE" for those items you will take in the car.
Make arrangements to have house "winterized," if house will be vacant during cold weather.
Plan use of foods.
Defrost freezer and refrigerator. Use charcoal to dispel odors.
Have appliances checked for moving.
Pick up laundry and dry cleaning. Leave rugs and clothing wrapped for moving.
Make arrangements for a place to stay temporarily, if new home is not ready for occupancy when you arrive.
Have car tuned up and thoroughly checked for trip.
Purchase maps, books, games and snacks for trip.
Plan for special care of infants.
Be sure to involve your children in the move (put them to work).
Plan for transporting pets, they are poor traveling companions if unhappy

ON MOVING DAY
Be present when movers arrive and preferably while they pack.
Walk through on the day of loading to make sure all items have been packed.
Double check closets, drawers, shelves to be sure they are all empty.
Leave old keys needed by new tenant or owner with Realtor.
Let close friend or relative know route and schedule you will travel including overnight spots; use them as a message headquarters.
Carry currency, jewelry, and documents yourself, or use registered mail.
Carry traveler's checks for quick, available funds.
Check all doors and windows to be sure they are locked. Turn off all lights.