Home Market In Orlando

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Orlando House Markets Agents are very professional, hardworking and smart. I have known them to always represent the best interests of their clients. It’s my opinion that these realtors are in the upper echelon of realtors, you can trust they really care.


Love to live in the suburbs? There are many neighborhoods in the Orlando metropolitan area to choose from and call home.


In the Central Florida region, there are dozens of gated communities which add value and protection to the homeowner.


Enjoy the lifestyles of New Smyrna Beach and discover a happy area for your family.


Central Florida has many communities which cater to the luxury lifestyle: Dr. Phillips, Isleworth, Heathrow, Winter Park & Windermere.

Our Working Process in 3 steps

Choosing a home is important for you and your family. Judy Borgailo can help accomplish this for you!

look for the right home

make a list of the things you’ll need to have in the house. ask yourself how many bedrooms and bathrooms you’ll need and get an idea of how much space you desire. how big do you want the kitchen to be? do you need lots of closets and cabinet space? Do you need a big yard for your kids and/or pets to play in? once you’ve made a list of your must-have’s, don’t forget to think about the kind of neighborhood you want, types of schools in the area, the length of your commute to and from work, and the convenience of local shopping. take into account your safety concerns as well as how good the rate of home appreciation is in the area.

make an offer on the home

most sellers price their homes a bit high, expecting that there will be some haggling involved. a decent place to start is about five percent below the asking price. once you’ve made your offer, don’t think it’s final. the seller may make a counter-offer to which you can also counter-offer. you will have to meet in the middle. once you’ve agreed on a price, you’ll make an earnest money deposit, which is money that goes in escrow to give the seller a sign of good faith.

close to your home

make sure you get a home inspection before you close. it will be well-worth the money spent since it ensures the property’s structural soundness and good condition. setting the closing date that is convenient for both parties may be tricky, but can certainly be done. be sure you talk to your mortgage banker to understand all the costs that will be involved in the closing so there are no surprises. closing costs will likely include (but are not limited to) your down payment, title fees, appraisal fees, attorney fees, inspection fees, and points you may have bought to buy down your interest rate.