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Residential

$550,000
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11 River Oaks
Little Rock, AR 72207

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Residential

$279,900
For Sale
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11 Nob Hill
Little Rock, AR 72205

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Residential

$387,000
For Sale
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211 Valley Club
Little Rock, AR 72212

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Residential

$340,000
For Sale
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79 Paladino
Bigelow, AR 72016

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Residential

$340,000
For Sale
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85 Paladino
Bigelow, AR 72016

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Residential

$439,500
For Sale
4446 ft243

15000 Wild Oak
Roland, AR 72135

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Residential

$720,000
For Sale
4800 ft244

48 Hallen
Little Rock, AR 72223

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Residential

$999,000
For Sale
5728 ft243

78 Sologne
Little Rock, AR 72223

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Residential

$184,500
For Sale
1950 ft232

23 Willow Oak Court
Little Rock, AR 72211

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Vacant Land

$300,000
For Sale
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35 Valley Falls Estates
Little Rock, AR 72223

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Vacant Land

$175,000
For Sale
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7 Waterview
Little Rock, AR 72135

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Vacant Land

$175,000
For Sale
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5 Waterview
Little Rock, AR 72135

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Vacant Land

$175,000
For Sale
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12 Waterview
Little Rock, AR 72135

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Residential

$1,395,000
For Sale
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16 Valley Crest
Little Rock, AR 72223

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Vacant Land

$200,000
For Sale
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35 Valley Falls Estates
Little Rock, AR 72223

Buying A House 101 All you need to do is very simple, just join us

1. Decide to buy.

Base your decision to buy on facts, not fears.

2. Hire your agent.

Seven main roles of your real estate agent.

3. Secure financing.

From start to finish, you will follow a six-step, easy-to-understand process to securing the financing for your first home.

4. Find your home.

Looking for your home begins with carefully assessing your values, wants, and needs, both for the short and long terms.

5. Make an offer.

Price-the right price to offer must fairly reflect the true market value of the home you want to buy. Your agent's market research will guide this decision.

6. Perform due diligence.

Unlike most major purchases, once you buy a home, you can't return it if something breaks or doesn't quite work like it's supposed to. That's why home owner's insurance and property inspections are so important.

7. Close.

The final stage of the home buying process is the lender's confirmation of the home's worth and legal statue, and your continued credit-worthiness. This entails a survey, appraisal, title search, and a final check of your credit and finance.

8. Protect your investment.

Throughout the course of your home-buying experience, you've probably spent a lot of time with your real estate agent and you've gotten to know each other fairly well. There's no reason to throw all that trust and rapport out the window just because the deal has closed. In fact, your agent wants you to keep in touch.