Information for Buyers

Ankor Realty buyers come from near and far. They are your friends with growing families that need a bigger home, or your older neighbors that need to down-size so there is not so much to take care of.

Ankor Realty buyers move across the county, state and country to relocate to our beautiful area. Buyers purchase more homes here because of job changes, city attractions, child rearing, or just to fulfill their dreams of returning to the place they once called home.

Ankor Realty agents are trained experts in their field. They know how to steer you in the right direction with each and every move. We pride ourselves on quality customer service, first-hand industry education and more sold homes than the local competition.

Let's begin the home buying process so that you can understand how easy and hassle-free Ankor Realty agents make it for you, our valued client.



Finding New Home

Beginning the search for your new home can be a great feeling. It is important that you directly communicate what you desires in a home are to your real estate agent. You may want to first begin by making a list of the features and benefits that are most important in your pursuit of finding a home. These could be:



  • Location
  • Availability
  • Size
  • Style
  • Design
  • Amenities


  • Looking for a home in an area where you feel comfortable is key. If appropriate, instruct your real estate agent to look for homes in the specific areas you have designated



    Start Searching

    Now it is time to start the exciting search for homes! You may want to narrow down your search by asking yourself the following questions:



  • Where do I want to live?
  • What is the neighborhood like?
  • What is the crime rate?
  • Would I be moving into a good school district?
  • Are there any zoning restrictions?
  • How far is this home from my job?
  • What is my price range?
  • How many bedrooms and bathrooms do I want?
  • What style of house am I attracted to?
  • What amenities do I desire (ex. pool, fenced-in yard, etc.)?
  • Does this home have potential to increase in value?


  • Searching for a home is becoming easier than years ago. We now have the Internet as a powerful "home finding tool," as well as the MLS (Multiple Listing Service) and print advertising