Buying a Home in Louisville, KY

with The Dave Halpern Real Estate Group

Whether you’re ready to buy a home now, or you’ve just begun to search for houses, we are ready to talk with you today. We absolutely love working with people to meet their real estate needs as they progress through the various stages in their lives. Many homebuyers come to the home search because of a new marriage, a new pregnancy, an increase in income, the in-laws moving in, or maybe it’s the kids moving out. Of course, we also understand that sometimes it’s the not-so-pleasant times in life that put us on the hunt for a new home such as divorce or job loss and income reduction. Whatever the reason for your search, we are here to work with you to find exactly what you need, when you need it.

When buying your next (or first!) home you need an real estate agent who will:

  • Help You Find Your Dream Home
  • Be a trusted resource for answers about the process
  • Have the ability to target a home search to your specific needs, wants and your budget
  • Be a strong and strategic negotiator
  • Have expertise about local neighborhoods and their features in Louisville Metro, Jefferson Co., Bullitt Co., Oldham Co., Shelby Co., and Spencer Co. Kentucky.
  • Coordinate all the details of your transaction and keep you informed along the way
  • Support through the closing and beyond, not just a Realtor but a team of Realtors, and we’re your friends!

We know you have questions! We love to give answers! Here are some of the topics we chat with our clients (and future clients!) about everyday...

  • How do I search for a home on the local Louisville MLS (Multiple Listings Service)?
  • How do I know that I have the right real estate agent for me?
  • What is the process of buying a house from start to finish?
  • How to I get financing or a loan for my home purchase?
  • What insurance should I get on my home? What insurance is required?
  • What if the house I want to buy needs repairs or a renovation?
  • How do I know the price of houses I can buy?
  • How do I know how much to offer on a house?
  • How much earnest money (good faith) do I need to put down when I make an offer?
  • If the deal fell through, do I get my good faith money back?
  • I hear I don't have to pay for a Realtor if I'm a buyer. Then how does my Realtor get paid?