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Buying a home in Portland Oregon?

We can help you understand the home-buying process.


Navigating the home-buying process for buying a home in Portand is easy with The Mork Group by your side. We can assist you at every turn and help make the finding and buying a home in Portland effortless.

Step 1: Meet with Us 

An initial meeting will help us better understand what you are looking for and so you can tell us what’s important to you in buying a home in Portland.


We will help evaluate your best options based on your needs and values. Buy having a good understanding of your situation and goals, Team Mork can help find the best options for buying a home in Portland, with a priority based on your expectations.


When meeting with us, we will help you to:

  • Identify your expectations, preferences, and special circumstances for buying a home in portland

  • Understand real estate law in Oregon

  • Understand our  Buyer Representation Agreement

  • Get pre-qualified and pre-approved for your choice of loan

Step 2: Determine how you want to proceed with finding your new home in Portland.


Step 3: Get pre-qualified, or better, pre-approved for your choice of loan and get your finances in order.


Step 4: We will help you search and find the best home.


We will show you any available homes based on your requirements, and let you know as new real estate listings come available onto the market; and we will use our network to find unlisted and publicized homes.

We take into account any special circumstances with your real estate search, such as:

  • Short sales and bank-owned houses

  • Sellers that are not represented (FSBO) and listings not in RMLS

  • “First Contact” clauses with new subdivisions

  • Specific listing agent of potential home

Step 5: Negotiate the purchase agreement


We will help you with the negotiation process for buying a home in Portland, including:  negotiation strategies, offers and counter offers, escrow and the title process, the financing process, and home inspections/verification’s; which can include whole house inspection, special inspections (i.e. asbestos, sewer), Property seller’s disclosure, and repair negotiations.


Step 6: The closing process


We will walk you through the purchase agreement negotiation and the closing process and can offer useful relocation resources and tips for getting your new home move-in ready!



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