Wonderful opportunity sited on the edge of Warrendale, this Rangley Acres split level sits on a private, quarter-acre lot and has undergone a total renovation to feature 4 bedrooms & 3 full baths. Enjoy the open concept living & dining areas while entertaining in the custom quartz & stainless steel kitchen renovated with the new owners in mind. Your family, friends and guests will enjoy the generous family room and secluded backyard featuring a fantastic in-ground pool with room to celebrate the summer or any special event. It’s like vacationing in your own back yard. Treat yourself in the Carrara marble master bath, bask in the sun from the southern-facing deck and cozy up to one of the two wood-burning fireplaces. All systems have been replaced including new plumbing, electrical, low-energy windows, and HVAC along with a new roof & gutters, in-ground sprinkler system and a refurbished pool shed. Moments to all major routes, shopping, dining and entertainment.

This is a Split Entry style home and features 11 total rooms, 3 full baths, 4 bedrooms, 0.24 Acres, and is currently available for $779,900.

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As a first-time homebuyer, it is easy to feel plenty of optimism as you search for your dream residence. And if you find your ideal house, it may seem likely that a home seller will accept your offer on the residence right away.

However, it is important to remember that a home seller might reject a first-time homebuyer’s proposal, regardless of whether this homebuyer submits a competitive offer. In this scenario, a homebuyer needs to know how to move forward and continue to pursue his or her perfect residence.

What should a first-time homebuyer do if a home seller rejects an offer on a home? Here are three tips that every first-time homebuyer needs to know.

1. Learn from the Experience

If a home seller rejects an offer on a house, there is no need to worry. In fact, a first-time homebuyer may be able to resubmit an offer and find out why a home seller rejected his or her initial offer.

For example, a first-time homebuyer may lack financing at the time that he or she submits an offer on a house. But if a homebuyer gets approved for a mortgage and returns with a new offer, he or she may be more likely than before to gain a home seller’s approval.

On the other hand, a homebuyer should be ready to move forward with a home search if necessary. Thus, if a home offer is rejected, try not to get too emotional. Instead, a homebuyer should be prepared to reenter the housing market and start his or her search for the perfect home from stage one.

2. Don’t Dwell on the Past

For a first-time homebuyer, it can be frustrating and annoying to conduct a home search, find the ideal home and receive a rejection after a proposal to buy the house is submitted. But there is no reason to dwell on the past for too long, as doing so may force a homebuyer to miss out on opportunities to pursue other residences.

Remember, the housing market often features dozens of outstanding houses to match all homebuyers’ price ranges. This means if you receive a rejection on one home proposal, you can always restart a home search. And ultimately, a diligent homebuyer should have no trouble discovering a terrific residence, even if his or her initial offer on a residence is rejected.

3. Consult with a Real Estate Agent

A real estate agent is a housing market expert who understands what it takes to submit a competitive offer on a house. Therefore, he or she will help you prepare a fair offer on a home before you submit it.

If a home offer is rejected, a real estate agent can help you alleviate stress. This housing market professional may be able to explain why the offer was rejected and help you plan your next steps in the homebuying journey.

Don’t worry if your first offer on a house is rejected – conversely, use these tips, and you can move one step closer to acquiring a stellar residence that matches or exceeds your expectations.

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