Real estate agent Bob Stanbrough has been through the trenches. Literally.
An agent based in Oklahoma City, Bob understands the unique nature of military life. He’s a former U.S. Army Officer who chose to focus his civilian real estate career on serving military clients. A significant portion of Bob’s buyers are Veterans and active-duty service members who are using VA loan benefits to purchase their first homes.
No matter where you decide to move, a real estate agent will be ready to help you select and buy your home. But simply having a fancy card and Yellow Pages listing does not mean he or she knows and meets the needs of a military family in transition. Worse yet, prospective military homeowners may struggle to find a military-knowledgeable realtor in an area that lacks a military installation. With help from Veterans United Realty, looking for an understanding agent is easy. There are plenty of upsides to getting a real estate agent who knows the common concerns and questions of military families.
Many members of the military are in an exciting “new” stage of life: new career path, new marriage status, new family additions and a new home. With so many changes, it’s important to feel a sense of comfort in your home.
No matter the time frame or the circumstances surrounding your upcoming home purchase, it’s important for your home to truly be home.
It’s also important to have an advocate there to help you navigate the process. That’s why finding a great real estate agent is crucial.
Buying your first home can be an exciting time in your life, but it can quickly become confusing and frustrating if you aren’t careful about selecting a home, vetting the property and signing on the correct dotted lines.
You wouldn’t strike out for the summit of Mount Everest on your own, and you certainly wouldn’t hop in your Jeep and take off across the Saharan wilderness with just a map and a pair of binoculars. You’d hire a guide, and in the adventure of home buying, being a guide is the job of a real estate agent.