Our services

Selling Your Home

Having a skilled real estate professional by your side to help guide you through the selling process can make all the difference. Whether you’re selling your home for the first time or the tenth time, let us be your advisor, advocate, negotiator, marketing expert, analyst, coordinator, liaison, and concierge. Let us help you plan, grow, and protect your real estate assets. You will be glad you did!

We sell homes fast! That’s because we know what to do to get your home ready for the market. From providing a detailed market analysis to helping you properly price your home for the current market to preparing your home for buyer prospects, we know what it takes to get the job done.

There are three parts to a real estate sale: marketing, contracting, and closing. We will guide you through the steps from the listing your home, showcasing your property, selling your home and closing the transaction. It is one of our greatest rewards.

During the marketing phase, the home is advertised and the buyer searches through a gamut of available properties. The experts at Integrated Property Solutions, Inc. will prepare you for the home-selling process by utilizing the latest tools and technology, our broad market knowledge, and our experience.

In the contracting phase, the period between the signing of the purchase and sale contract and the closing is the executory period. During this time, the seller retains responsibilities the house until the deal closes. It is important for sellers to understand their responsibilities and duties.

At closing, the buyer owns the title to the home. Sometimes there is a financing agreement between the buyer and seller where the seller accepts installment payments from the buyer.

Our real estate professionals have the tools and resources to get the job done right while maintaining the personalized service you expect. Each of our agents has the flexibility to provide services to accommodate the unique needs of each client.

Buying Your Home

The steps to buying a house may seem complicated at first. It’s no wonder first time home buyers and even experienced home buyers can often feel overwhelmed. But if you dream of owning a home, it is essential you know what to do and who to turn to. Let us be your partner, and the home buying process won’t be as scary as it might seem at first. Just check out these straightforward guidelines to buy a home, and you’re well on your way!

Whether you’re becoming a homeowner for the first time or you’re a repeat buyer, buying a house is a financial and emotional decision that requires the experience and support of a team of reliable professionals. The experts at Integrated Property Solutions, Inc. know how to purchase a home from beginning to end.

Most first-time buyers need to finance their home purchase, and a consultation with a mortgage lender is a crucial step in the process. Find out how much you can afford before you begin your home search.

The closing process, which in different parts of the country is also known as “settlement” or “escrow,” is increasingly computerized and automated. In practice, closings bring together a variety of parties who are part of the real estate transaction.

Educating yourself on your local market and working with an experienced realtor can help you narrow your priorities and make an informed decision about which home to choose. While no one can know for sure what will happen to housing values, if you choose to buy a home that meets your needs and priorities, you’ll be happy living in it for years to come.

The cost of financing your home purchase is usually greater than the price of the home itself (after interest, closing costs, and taxes are added). Get as much information as possible regarding your mortgage options and other costs.

While much attention is paid to the asking price of a home, a proposal to buy includes both the price and terms. In some cases, terms can represent thousands of dollars in additional value—or additional costs—for buyers.

No sensible car owner would drive without insurance, so it figures that no homeowner should be without insurance, either. Real estate insurance protects owners in the event of catastrophe. If something goes wrong, insurance can be the bargain of a lifetime.

The closing process, which in different parts of the country is also known as “settlement” or “escrow,” is increasingly computerized and automated. In practice, closings bring together a variety of parties who are part of the real estate transaction.

Looking for Rental Property

Finding homes to rent without an agent is a lot of work. We often meet tenants who get frustrated looking for homes to rent on their own. They come to Integrated Property Solutions desperate for help.

Our real estate agents can search for all the rental homes listed on the MLS. Many of these homes can be found on real estate websites online, but often the information is outdated, if even by 24 hours. Our agents will do all the work for you in finding current homes listed for rent on the market.

The fees paid to our agent that finds you a house originate from the landlord’s pocket. So it doesn’t cost you anything to use an agent to find a house to rent.

When the date of your move in arrives, be sure to get a copy of the signed move-in inspection form. Move in and enjoy your new home!

Commercial Property

Commercial properties may refer to retail buildings, office buildings, warehouses, industrial buildings, apartment buildings, and mixed-use buildings, where the property may have a mix, such as retail, office, and apartments. The experts at Integrated Property Solutions, Inc. are well- versed in helping our clients purchase, selling, rent, and manage commercial property.

We can help our clients save time and money in understanding complex tax and zoning laws, evaluating business plans to determine the safety margins and risks on a client’s investment, navigating negotiations with various parties, conducting research on the local demographics and desirability of the location of the property, and analyzing lease agreements.