Below you will be granted access to commonly used buyer documents. This will give you an opportunity to ask questions and build confidence in the process. An advisor will be there for you every step of the way making sure you understand what is required before, during and after the transaction.

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1. Buyer’s Guide
Receive a 60 Page Buyer’s Guide to help you become familiar with the process of pursuing your new property.
2. Agency Disclosure
With a copy of THE CONSUMER’S GUIDE TO REAL ESTATE AGENCY IN ILLINOIS, you will begin to understand Agency relationships and how the relate to the Real Estate Industry.
3. Buyer Brokerage Agreement
After reading THE CONSUMER’S GUIDE TO REAL ESTATE AGENCY IN ILLINOIS, we now provide you with a copy of our Brokerage Agreement for your review. We encourage to ask questions about the items within this document.
4. CAR Condominium Purchase Contract
We don’t believe you should be viewing a Real Estate contract right before you are going to sign one. We have provided a copy of the Chicago Association of Realtors Condominium Contract for your review prior to your search.
5. CAR Single Family Home Purchase Contract
We don’t believe you should be viewing a Real Estate contract right before you are going to sign one. We have provided a copy of the Chicago Association of Realtors Single Family Home Contract for your review prior to your search.
6. Multi-Board 6.1 Contract
We don’t believe you should be viewing a Real Estate contract right before you are going to sign one. We have provided a copy of the Multi-Board 6.1 for your review prior to your search.
7. Leads Based Paint Pamphlet
Here’s an informational pamphlet, “Protect Your Family From Lead In Your Home “. We provide these brochures at the very beginning to help you understand some of the property disclosures we may come across when placing an offer.
8. Radon Pamphlet
Here’s an informational pamphlet, “Radon Testing Guidelines for Real Estate Transactions”. We provide these brochures at the very beginning to help you understand some of the property disclosures we may come across when placing an offer.