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These are the checklists related to Week 9.

If you’re a Nomad working to buy a home within the next 3 months then these are the recommend tasks for Week 9 as part of the Ultimate Nomad Checklist™.

Week 9 you should have a property under contract or be really close.

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  1. Review my "Future Narrative"
  2. Schedule on your calendar when you'll do this week's tasks from your Future Narrative
    You're much more likely to follow through on your goals if you plan out when you'll do the steps to achieve them.

    So, take a moment to schedule out on your calendar when you'll actually do the tasks for this week on your calendar. Make an appointment with yourself to do them. If you need to reschedule one, reschedule it (don't delete it).

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  3. Determine your Insurance Agent
    Decide which Insurance Agent you will use to insure your home purchase. You'll need this once you go under contract, but you'll want to do it earlier so you can get an estimate of insurance for analyzing deals.

    You can ask your Real Estate Broker for recommendations.

    Mark this task complete once you've decided on an Insurance Agent to use.

    Analyzing DealsDream TeamDream Team - Pre-ClosingFirst Meeting: Analyze DealUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 2Week 61Week 9

  4. Review "Seller's Property Disclosure"
    Read through the "Seller's Property Disclosure" for the property you're considering making an offer on or after you've made the offer if the Seller failed to provide ahead of time.

    Mark this task complete once you've read the "Seller's Property Disclosure".

    ASAPMaking OffersPaperworkPre-Showings: Mock ContractSellers Property DisclosureUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 2Week 3Week 4Week 5Week 6Week 7Week 8Week 9

  5. Review "Square Footage Disclosure"
    Read through the "Square Footage Disclosure" to see if you have any questions about information in that disclosure.

    Mark this task complete once you've read the "Square Footage Disclosure".

    ASAPMaking OffersPaperworkPre-Showings: Mock ContractUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 2Week 3Week 4Week 5Week 6Week 7Week 8Week 9

  6. IF FORT COLLINS: Review "Occupancy Limits Disclosure For Property Sale"
    Read through the "Occupancy Limits Disclosure For Property Sale" to see if you have any questions about information in that disclosure.

    Mark this task complete once you've read the "Occupancy Limits Disclosure For Property Sale".

    ASAPMaking OffersPaperworkPre-Showings: Mock ContractUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 2Week 3Week 4Week 5Week 6Week 7Week 8Week 9

  7. Create property folder on your computer within Dropbox
    Create a folder for this property purchase on your computer within Dropbox to stay organized.

    Mark this task complete once you've created the folder.

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  8. Look at properties as they come on the market
    Review properties as you receive them to see if it something that you would consider and should run your analysis using the deal analysis spreadsheet.

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  9. REAL ESTATE BROKER: Sending "Contract to Buy and Sell Real Estate" to Title Insurance Company
    As soon as you go under contract, your Real Estate Broker should send a copy of your "Contract to Buy and Sell Real Estate" to the Title Insurance Company so they can order the Title Insurance Commitment and send you a copy of the Title Work for you to review.

    Your Real Estate Broker should follow up with the Title Insurance Company to make sure you get your Title Work back prior to the Record Title Deadline.

    Contract Deadline: Record Title DeadlineUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  10. Receive a copy of the Title Work
    You and your Real Estate Broker should receive a copy of the Title Work for your purchase prior to the Record Title Deadline.

    Contract Deadline: Record Title DeadlineUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  11. Save Title Work to Dropbox
    Once you receive a copy, save a copy of the Title Work to your property Dropbox folder.

    Contract Deadline: Record Title DeadlineUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  12. Confirm how you want to take title to the property
    In some cases we will write the "Contract to Buy and Sell Real Estate" saying that Buyer will determine how they will take title to the property prior to Closing.

    If we wrote that in your "Contract to Buy and Sell Real Estate" this would be the time to notify your Real Estate Broker and Title Insurance Company how you plan to take title to the property.

    Your Real Estate Broker may need to create an "Amend/Extend" to modify the "Contract to Buy and Sell Real Estate" to make this change.

    If you selected how you plan to take title before writing the offer and it is correctly reflected in the "Contract to Buy and Sell Real Estate", you do not need to do anything with this task.

    Contract Deadline: Record Title Objection DeadlineUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  13. REAL ESTATE BROKER: Checking Title Work against standard checklist
    Once you and your Real Estate Broker receive a copy of the Title Work, your Real Estate Broker should check the Title Commitment against a standard checklist to check for obvious errors and mistakes.

    IMPORTANT NOTE: Your Real Estate Broker is not a Title Attorney nor are they trained to interpret Title Work. You should not rely on them to review your Title Work for you. If you have questions about the Title Work, the first questions should be directed to the people providing it to you: the Title Insurance Company. They will be
    selling/providing you with a Title Insurance Policy and if you have questions about what that covers and does not cover, asking them first is a great idea.

    If you still have questions after talking to your Title Insurance Company, the next person to speak with is your own Title Attorney who has received training and specializes in the unique legal aspects of Title Work.

    Contract Deadline: Record Title Objection DeadlineUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  14. REAL ESTATE BROKER: Advising you to talk to your Title Attorney if you have questions about the Title Work
    IMPORTANT NOTE: Your Real Estate Broker is not a Title Attorney nor are they trained to interpret Title Work. You should not rely on them to review your Title Work for you. If you have questions about the Title Work, the first questions should be directed to the people providing it to you: the Title Insurance Company. They will be selling/providing you with a Title Insurance Policy and if you have questions about what that covers and does not cover, asking them first is a great idea.

    If you still have questions after talking to your Title Insurance Company, the next person to speak with is your own Title Attorney who has received training and specializes in the unique legal aspects of Title Work.

    Contract Deadline: Record Title Objection DeadlineUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  15. Review Title Work
    You should receive a copy of the Title Work from the Title Company shortly after going under contract with the help of the Real Estate Brokers involved in the transaction.

    Review Title Work and highlight any sections you have questions about. Write down your questions.

    IMPORTANT NOTE: Real Estate Brokers do not receive training on how to interpret Title Work so while they may be able to answer very basic questions, they are not competent to answer questions about the Title Work itself. For that, you will rely on getting info from the Title Company that is providing the Title Insurance and/or by hiring your own Title Attorney who is educated on Title Work.

    You may want to meet with your Title Attorney and/or Title Company to ask questions about it.

    If there is something in the Title Work that is unacceptable to you, let your Real Estate Broker know as soon as possible and definitely before the Record Title Objection Deadline.

    Mark this task done once you've reviewed your Title Work.

    Contract Deadline: Record Title Objection DeadlinePaperworkUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 61Week 9

  16. Ask Title Insurance Company questions about Title Work
    If you have questions about your Title Work, you should first contact the Title Insurance Company that will be providing you (selling you) a Title Insurance Policy.

    If after talking to your Title Insurance Company, you still have questions, please talk to your Title Attorney.

    Mark this task done once you've reviewed your Title Work.

    Contract Deadline: Record Title Objection DeadlinePaperworkUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 61Week 9

  17. Determine your Title Attorney
    If you have questions about your Title Work, you may want to meet with a Title Attorney to have your questions answered in addition to asking the Title Company.

    You can ask your Real Estate Broker for a recommendation.

    Mark this task complete once you've decided on a Title Attorney to use.

    Contract Deadline: Record Title Objection DeadlineDream TeamDream Team - Pre-ClosingOptionalUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  18. Ask Title Attorney questions about Title Work
    If you have questions about your Title Work, you should first contact the Title Insurance Company that will be providing you (selling you) a Title Insurance Policy.

    If after talking to your Title Insurance Company, you still have questions, please talk to your Title Attorney.

    Mark this task done once you've reviewed your Title Work.

    Contract Deadline: Record Title Objection DeadlinePaperworkUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 61Week 9

  19. IF TITLE IS UNACCEPTABLE: Object to Title
    If there is something in the Title Work that is unacceptable to you, let your Real Estate Broker know as soon as possible and definitely before the Record Title Objection Deadline so we can file a formal objection to title and protect your Earnest Money.

    Mark this task done once you've objected or if you don't plan to object to Title Work.

    Contract Deadline: Record Title Objection DeadlinePaperworkUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  20. IF YOU OBJECT TO TITLE: REAL ESTATE BROKER: Preparing "Title-Related Objection Notice"
    If there is something in the Title Work that is unacceptable to you, let your Real Estate Broker know as soon as possible and definitely before the Record Title Objection Deadline so we can file a formal objection to title and protect your Earnest Money.

    Your choices are either to object and see what they offer as a possible resolution or if you are 100% certain that nothing would resolve it, you can terminate.

    If you'd like to object, your Real Estate Broker would prepare a "Title-Related Objection Notice".

    If you'd like to terminate, your Real Estate Broker would prepare a "Notice to Terminate" and "Earnest Money Release".

    Mark this task done once you've objected or if you don't plan to object to Title Work.

    Contract Deadline: Record Title Objection DeadlinePaperworkUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  21. IF YOU OBJECT TO TITLE: Sign "Title-Related Objection Notice" via DocuSign
    If there is something in the Title Work that is unacceptable to you and you are objecting your Real Estate Broker will prepare a "Title-Related Objection Notice" and send it over for you to sign via DocuSign.

    Sign it via DocuSign prior to your Record Title Objection Deadline to protect your Earnest Money.

    Mark this task done when complete.

    Contract Deadline: Record Title Objection DeadlinePaperworkUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  22. IF YOU ARE TERMINATING BASED ON TITLE: REAL ESTATE BROKER: Preparing "Notice to Terminate" and "Earnest Money Release"
    If there is something in the Title Work that is unacceptable to you, let your Real Estate Broker know as soon as possible and definitely before the Record Title Objection Deadline so we can file a formal objection to title and protect your Earnest Money.

    Your choices are either to object and see what they offer as a possible resolution or if you are 100% certain that nothing would resolve it, you can terminate.

    If you'd like to object, your Real Estate Broker would prepare a "Title-Related Objection Notice".

    If you'd like to terminate, your Real Estate Broker would prepare a "Notice to Terminate" and "Earnest Money Release".

    Mark this task done once you've objected or if you don't plan to object to Title Work.

    Contract Deadline: Record Title Objection DeadlinePaperworkUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  23. IF YOU ARE TERMINATING BASED ON TITLE: Sign "Notice to Terminate" and "Earnest Money Release" via DocuSign
    If there is something in the Title Work that is unacceptable to you and you are terminating your Real Estate Broker will prepare a "Notice to Terminate" and "Earnest Money Release" and send it over for you to sign via DocuSign.

    Sign it via DocuSign prior to your Record Title Objection Deadline to protect your Earnest Money.

    Mark this task done when complete.

    Contract Deadline: Record Title Objection DeadlinePaperworkUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  24. REAL ESTATE BROKER: Forward off-record title documentation provided by Seller to you
    If the Seller provides us with any off-record title information, your Real Estate Broker will forward that information on to you for review.

    It is somewhat unusual to have off-record title information provided by the Seller.

    Mark this task done when complete.

    Contract Deadline: Off-Record Title Objection DeadlineUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  25. REAL ESTATE BROKER: Advising you to talk to your Attorney if you have questions about off-record title
    While off-record title matters are relatively uncommon, if you have questions about them you should get legal advice.

    IMPORTANT NOTE: Your Real Estate Broker is not an Attorney nor are they trained to deal with options, lease-options, unrecorded easements and other off-record title matters. You should not rely on them to review this information for you. If you have questions about any off-record title matters you should consult an Attorney.

    Contract Deadline: Off-Record Title Objection DeadlineUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  26. Review off-record title related documents
    You should receive a copy of any off-record title materials shortly after going under contract with the help of the Real Estate Brokers involved in the transaction from the Seller. That's if any exist.

    Off-record title materials like lease-option agreements, option agreements and unrecorded easements are relatively uncommon.

    Review off-record title documents and highlight any sections you have questions about. Write down your questions.

    IMPORTANT NOTE: Real Estate Brokers do not receive training on off-record title documents so while they may be able to answer very basic questions, they are not competent to answer questions about the off-record title matters. For that, you will rely on hiring your own Attorney who is educated on these matters.

    If there is something in the off-record title documents that is unacceptable to you, let your Real Estate Broker know as soon as possible and definitely before the Off-Record Title Objection Deadline.

    Mark this task done once you've reviewed your off-record title documents.

    Contract Deadline: Off-Record Title Objection DeadlinePaperworkUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 61Week 9

  27. Ask Attorney questions about off-record title matters
    If you have questions about off-record title matters, you should talk to your Attorney to get your questions answered.

    Mark this task done when complete.

    Contract Deadline: Off-Record Title Objection DeadlinePaperworkUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 61Week 9

  28. IF OFF-RECORD TITLE IS UNACCEPTABLE: Object to Off-Record Title
    If there is something in the off-record title information the Seller provided that is unacceptable to you, let your Real Estate Broker know as soon as possible and definitely before the Off-Record Title Objection Deadline so we can file a formal objection to title and protect your Earnest Money.

    Mark this task done once you've objected or if you don't plan to object to any off-record title matters.

    Contract Deadline: Off-Record Title Objection DeadlinePaperworkUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  29. IF YOU OBJECT TO OFF-RECORD TITLE: REAL ESTATE BROKER: Preparing "Title-Related Objection Notice"
    If there is something related to off-record title matters that is unacceptable to you, let your Real Estate Broker know as soon as possible and definitely before the Off-Record Title Objection Deadline so we can file a formal objection to title and protect your Earnest Money.

    Your choices are either to object and see what they offer as a possible resolution or if you are 100% certain that nothing would resolve it, you can terminate.

    If you'd like to object, your Real Estate Broker would prepare a "Title-Related Objection Notice".

    If you'd like to terminate, your Real Estate Broker would prepare a "Notice to Terminate" and "Earnest Money Release".

    Mark this task done once you've objected or if you don't plan to object to off-record title matters.

    Contract Deadline: Off-Record Title Objection DeadlinePaperworkUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  30. IF YOU OBJECT TO OFF-RECORD TITLE: Sign "Title-Related Objection Notice" via DocuSign
    If there is something related to off-record title matters that is unacceptable to you and you are objecting your Real Estate Broker will prepare a "Title-Related Objection Notice" and send it over for you to sign via DocuSign.

    Sign it via DocuSign prior to your Off-Record Title Objection Deadline to protect your Earnest Money.

    Mark this task done when complete.

    Contract Deadline: Off-Record Title Objection DeadlinePaperworkUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  31. IF YOU ARE TERMINATING BASED ON OFF-RECORD TITLE: REAL ESTATE BROKER: Preparing "Notice to Terminate" and "Earnest Money Release"
    If there is something relating to off-record title matters that is unacceptable to you, let your Real Estate Broker know as soon as possible and definitely before the Off-Record Title Objection Deadline so we can file a formal objection to title and protect your Earnest Money.

    Your choices are either to object and see what they offer as a possible resolution or if you are 100% certain that nothing would resolve it, you can terminate.

    If you'd like to object, your Real Estate Broker would prepare a "Title-Related Objection Notice".

    If you'd like to terminate, your Real Estate Broker would prepare a "Notice to Terminate" and "Earnest Money Release".

    Mark this task done once you've objected or if you don't plan to object to any off-record title matters.

    Contract Deadline: Off-Record Title Objection DeadlinePaperworkUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  32. IF YOU ARE TERMINATING BASED ON OFF_RECORD TITLE: Sign "Notice to Terminate" and "Earnest Money Release" via DocuSign
    If there is something related to off-record title matters that is unacceptable to you and you are terminating your Real Estate Broker will prepare a "Notice to Terminate" and "Earnest Money Release" and send it over for you to sign via DocuSign.

    Sign it via DocuSign prior to your Off-Record Title Objection Deadline to protect your Earnest Money.

    Mark this task done when complete.

    Contract Deadline: Off-Record Title Objection DeadlinePaperworkUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  33. Complete loan application with Lender
    Once you have an accepted offer, you'll need to complete the loan application with your Lender.

    Contract Deadline: Loan Application DeadlineFinancingUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  34. Pay Lender for Appraisal
  35. Provide Lender all financial documents
    Your Lender will undoubtedly want a plethora of financial documents.

    Mark this task complete once you've provided them all to your Lender.

    Contract Deadline: Loan Objection DeadlineFinancingUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  36. If you haven't done so already, pay Lender for Appraisal
    If you have not already done so, pay your Lender for Appraisal so they can order it.

    Contract Deadline: Appraisal DeadlineContract Deadline: Loan Application DeadlineFinancingUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  37. Authorize Lender to order Appraisal
    Since you're almost always paying for the Appraisal you will need to authorize your Lender to order the Appraisal.

    IMPORTANT NOTE: If you're concerned about what you might find at the inspection and may be terminating your contract on inspection, you should discuss with your Lender and Real Estate Broker delaying your Appraisal so you do not have to pay for an Appraisal on a property you are not going to buy.

    Mark this task complete once you've authorized your Lender to order the appraisal and provided them all the forms and payment information they need to do so.

    Contract Deadline: Appraisal DeadlineFinancingUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  38. REAL ESTATE BROKER: Check with Lender to make sure Appraisal has been ordered
    Your Real Estate Broker should be checking in with the Lender to make sure your Lender has ordered the Appraisal.

    Contract Deadline: Appraisal DeadlineFinancingUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  39. REAL ESTATE BROKER: Check with Lender and/or Seller's Real Estate Broker to make sure Appraiser has visited property
    Your Real Estate Broker should check with the Lender and/or the Seller's Real Estate Broker to make sure the Appraisal has visited the property to complete their Appraisal.

    This is a proactive step in case it looks like you might not make the Appraisal Deadline and we'd need to negotiate with the Seller to see if we can extend that deadline.

    Contract Deadline: Appraisal DeadlineFinancingUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  40. Receive Appraisal from Lender
    Once the Appraisal is complete and has gone through your Lender's underwriting review, they should give you a copy and let you know if the property has appraised for Purchase Price or not.

    Contract Deadline: Appraisal DeadlineFinancingUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  41. REAL ESTATE BROKER: Receive Appraisal info from Lender
    Once the Appraisal is complete and has gone through your Lender's underwriting review, your Lender should communicate with your Real Estate Broker to let us know if the property appraised or not.

    While some Buyers send us copies of the Appraisal, Lender typically do not automatically send a copy of your Appraisal to your Real Estate Broker.

    Contract Deadline: Appraisal DeadlineFinancingUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  42. REAL ESTATE BROKER: Provide you a list of Home Inspectors
    Your Real Estate Broker should provide you with a list of Home Inspectors. You can use whoever you wish including Home Inspectors not on the recommended list.

    ASAPContract Deadline: Inspection Objection DeadlineDream TeamDream Team - Pre-ClosingInspectionUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 61Week 9

  43. Determine your Home Inspector
    Determine who you will use to inspect your new property when you go under contract.

    Ask your Real Estate Broker for a recommendation.

    Mark this task complete when you've decided which Home Inspector you'll use when you go under contract.

    ASAPContract Deadline: Inspection Objection DeadlineDream TeamDream Team - Pre-ClosingInspectionUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 61Week 9

  44. Decide whether to do a Radon Test or not
    After you go under contract decide whether you will do a Radon Test as part of your inspection on the property.

    Mark this task complete when you decide.

    Contract Deadline: Inspection Objection DeadlineInspectionUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 61Week 9

  45. Determine your Radon Testing Company
    Determine who you will use to test for radon once you have a property under contract. Often this is the same person you selected as your Home Inspector.

    Ask your Real Estate Broker or Home Inspector for a recommendation.

    Mark this task complete once you've decided which Radon Testing Company you'll use.

    Contract Deadline: Inspection Objection DeadlineDream TeamDream Team - Pre-ClosingInspectionOptionalUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 61Week 9

  46. Hire Radon Test Company to perform Radon Test
    If you've decided to have a Radon Test performed, hire Radon Test Company to do Radon Test ideally during the same time your Home Inspector will be there inspecting the property. It may even be the Home Inspector doing the Radon Test.

    Mark this complete after you receive the results of your Radon Test if you decide to perform a Radon Test.

    Contract Deadline: Inspection Objection DeadlineInspectionUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 61Week 9

  47. Decide whether to do a Sewer Scope or not
    After you go under contract decide whether you will do a Sewer Scope as part of your inspection on the property.

    Mark this task complete when you decide.

    Contract Deadline: Inspection Objection DeadlineInspectionUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 61Week 9

  48. Determine your Sewer Scope Company
    Decide which Sewer Scope Company you will use to do a Sewer Scope on the property.

    You can ask your Real Estate Broker for recommendations.

    Mark this task complete once you've decided on a Sewer Scope Company to use.

    Contract Deadline: Inspection Objection DeadlineDream TeamDream Team - Pre-ClosingInspectionUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 61Week 9

  49. Hire Sewer Scope Company to perform Sewer Scope
    If you've decided to have a Sewer Scope performed, hire Sewer Scope Company to do Sewer Scope ideally during the same time your Home Inspector will be there inspecting the property.

    If you have any problems, I strongly recommend paying the extra fee to get the video of the problem to provide as evidence with any Inspection Objection.

    Mark this complete after your Home Inspection if you decide to perform a Sewer Scope.

    Contract Deadline: Inspection Objection DeadlineInspectionUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 61Week 9

  50. Decide whether to do a Meth Test or not
    After you go under contract decide whether you will do a Methamphetamine Test as part of your inspection on the property.

    Mark this task complete when you decide.

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  51. Determine your Meth Test Company
    Decide which Meth Test Company you will use to do a Meth Test on the property.

    You can ask your Real Estate Broker for recommendations.

    Mark this task complete once you've decided on a Meth Test Company to use.

    Contract Deadline: Inspection Objection DeadlineDream TeamDream Team - Pre-ClosingInspectionUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 61Week 9

  52. Hire Meth Test Company to perform Meth Test
    If you've decided to have a Meth Test performed, hire Meth Test Company to do Meth Test ideally during the same time your Home Inspector will be there inspecting the property.

    Mark this complete after your Home Inspection if you decide to perform a Meth Test.

    Contract Deadline: Inspection Objection DeadlineInspectionUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 61Week 9

  53. Ask Insurance Agent for a copy of the CLUE Report for the property
    Contact your Insurance Agent once you're under contract on the property and ask them to provide you a copy of the CLUE Report for the property. This gives you a history of the insurance claims made against the property.

    Mark this task complete once you've received a copy of the CLUE Report from your Insurance Agent.

    Contract Deadline: Inspection Objection DeadlineInspectionMaking OffersUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  54. Bring CLUE Report to Home Inspection
    Bring a copy of the CLUE Report from your Insurance Agent to the Home Inspection so you can use it to look closer at any items you have questions about with your Home Inspector during the inspection.

    Mark this task complete once you finished the Home Inspection.

    Contract Deadline: Inspection Objection DeadlineInspectionUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 61Week 9

  55. Bring "Seller's Property Disclosure" to Home Inspection
    Bring a copy of the "Seller's Property Disclosure" to Home Inspection so you can use it to look closer at any items you have questions about with your Home Inspector during the inspection.

    Mark this task complete once you finished the Home Inspection.

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  56. Attend Home Inspection with Home Inspector
    Go to Home Inspection with your Home Inspector.

    Your Real Estate Broker usually does not attend.

    Contract Deadline: Inspection Objection DeadlineInspectionUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  57. Review Home Inspection Report
    After your Home Inspector sends you a copy of the Home Inspection Report after your Home Inspection, review it.

    Contract Deadline: Inspection Objection DeadlineInspectionUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  58. Save Home Inspection Report to Dropbox
    Save a copy of the Home Inspection report from your Home Inspector to the property folder in Dropbox.

    Contract Deadline: Inspection Objection DeadlineInspectionUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  59. IF RADON TEST DONE: Save radon test results to Dropbox
    Save a copy of the radon test results from your Radon Test Company to the property folder in Dropbox.

    Contract Deadline: Inspection Objection DeadlineInspectionUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  60. IF SEWER SCOPE DONE: Save sewer scope report to Dropbox
    Save a copy of the sewer scope report from your Sewer Scope Company to the property folder in Dropbox.

    Contract Deadline: Inspection Objection DeadlineInspectionUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  61. IF METH TEST DONE: Save meth test report to Dropbox
    Save a copy of the meth test report from your Meth Test Company to the property folder in Dropbox.

    Contract Deadline: Inspection Objection DeadlineInspectionUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  62. IF OBJECTING BASED ON INSPECTION: REAL ESTATE BROKER: Prepare "Inspection Objection"
    If you're going to object to anything during your Home Inspection discuss what you're objecting to and have Real Estate Broker prepare an "Inspection Objection".

    Make sure you wait to get all your reports back before objecting like your sewer scope, radon test results, and methamphetamine test results.

    IMPORTANT: This must be done prior to your "Inspection Objection Deadline".

    Mark this complete when you completed an "Inspection Objection" or if you're not going to object.

    Contract Deadline: Inspection Objection DeadlineInspectionPaperworkUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  63. IF OBJECTING BASED ON INSPECTION: Sign "Inspection Objection" via DocuSign
    Once your Real Estate Broker completes the "Inspection Objection" with your help, sign the "Inspection Objection" via DocuSign.

    IMPORTANT: This must be done prior to your "Inspection Objection Deadline".

    Mark this complete when you completed an "Inspection Objection" or if you're not going to object.

    Contract Deadline: Inspection Objection DeadlineInspectionPaperworkUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  64. IF OBJECTING BASED ON INSPECTION: Save "Inspection Objection" to Dropbox
    Save a copy of your "Inspection Objection" in your property folder on Dropbox after you've signed it via DocuSign.

    Mark this complete when done.

    Contract Deadline: Inspection Objection DeadlineInspectionPaperworkUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  65. IF TERMINATING BASED ON INSPECTION: REAL ESTATE BROKER: Prepare "Notice To Terminate" and "Earnest Money Release"
    If you find out information during your inspection period so egregious that there is no possible resolution with the Seller, you can choose to terminate and protect your Earnest Money.

    Ask your Real Estate Broker to prepare a "Notice To Terminate" and "Earnest Money Release" prior to your Inspection Objection Deadline.

    Mark this complete when done.

    Contract Deadline: Inspection Objection DeadlineInspectionPaperworkUltimate Nomad ChecklistWeek 9

  66. IF TERMINATING BASED ON INSPECTION: Sign "Notice To Terminate" and "Earnest Money Release" via DocuSign
    If you find out information during your inspection period so egregious that there is no possible resolution with the Seller, you can choose to terminate and protect your Earnest Money.

    Sign the "Notice To Terminate" and "Earnest Money Release" that your Real Estate Broker sends over to you via DocuSign. It must be delivered to the Seller and/or the Seller's Real Estate Broker prior to your Inspection Objection Deadline.

    Mark this complete when done.

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  67. IF TERMINATING BASED ON INSPECTION: Save "Notice To Terminate" and "Earnest Money Release" to Dropbox
    Once you've signed your "Notice To Terminate" and "Earnest Money Release" save a copy of each to your property folder on Dropbox.

    Once the Seller signs, you can replace your copies with fully executed versions signed by you and the Seller.

    Mark this complete when done.

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  68. REAL ESATE BROKER: Provide list of recommend Insurance Agents
    Your Real Estate Broker can provide you with a list of recommended Insurance Agents. You're welcome to choose any Insurance Agent you want whether they are on the list or not.

    Mark this complete when done.

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  69. If you haven't already, determine your Insurance Agent
    If you have already done so, decide which Insurance Agent you will use to insure your home purchase. You'll need this once you go under contract, but you'll want to do it earlier so you can get an estimate of insurance for analyzing deals.

    You can ask your Real Estate Broker for recommendations.

    Mark this task complete once you've decided on an Insurance Agent to use.

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  70. Get Insurance Quote
    Now that you're under contract, it is time to get a firm Insurance Quote from your Insurance Agent.

    If you are unable to get reasonable insurance on the property, you need to tell your Real Estate Broker prior to the "Property Insurance Objection Deadline" to be able to terminate and get your Earnest Money back.

    Mark this task complete once you've gotten an acceptable Insurance Quote.

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  71. IF RENTING IMMEDIATELY: Consider "Loss of Rent" insurance
    If you're immediately going to have a Tenant or Tenant-Buyer in the property, you should discuss with your Insurance Agent getting "Loss of Rent" coverage to cover you in case you can't collect rent on the property.

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  72. IF CONDO: Consider Loss Assessment Coverage
    If you are buying a townhome/condo, we would also suggest asking your Insurance Agent about Loss Assessment Coverage. It protects against additional assessments by the property association that wouldn't already be covered by their insurance, but I'd check with your agent about exactly what it would cover.

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  73. Discuss changing deductible to change Insurance Quote
    Discuss how changing your deductible with your Insurance Agent might change the monthly cost and see how much risk you're comfortable with.

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  74. IF TERMINATING: REAL ESTATE BROKER: Prepare "Notice To Terminate" and "Earnest Money Release"
    If you cannot find acceptable insurance, let your Real Estate Broker know prior to the Property Insurance Objection Deadline so they can prepare a "Notice To Terminate" and "Earnest Money Release" with enough time for you to sign it and deliver it to the Seller and the Seller's Real Estate Broker prior to the Property Insurance Objection Deadline.

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  75. IF TERMINATING: Sign "Notice To Terminate" and "Earnest Money Release" via DocuSign
    If you cannot find acceptable insurance, sign the "Notice To Terminate" and "Earnest Money Release" your Real Estate Broker sent over via DocuSign.

    You will need to sign it and have your Real Estate Broker deliver it to the Seller and the Seller's Real Estate Broker prior to the Property Insurance Objection Deadline to protect your Earnest Money.

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  76. IF TERMINATING: Save "Notice To Terminate" and "Earnest Money Release" to Dropbox
    Once you sign the "Notice To Terminate" and "Earnest Money Release" via DocuSign then save a copy of each to your property folder in Dropbox.

    You'll replace the "Earnest Money Release" once the Seller signs it as well.

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  77. IF NEGOTIATED IN CONTRACT: Review existing leases and related paperwork
    If you're buying a property that has tenants in the property, you should review the current leases during the Due Diligence period.

    This should include:

    • Leases for all tenants
    • Lead-Based Paint Disclosure (if built prior to 1978)
    • Co-signor agreements (if applicable)
    • Mold Disclosure (if applicable)
    • Move-In Inspection
    • Occupancy Limits Disclosure (required in Fort Collins)
    • Tenant Estoppel Statements

    If you have an objection (or want to terminate based on what you find in the leases) you'd need to object by the Due Diligence Objection Deadline.

    Mark this task done once you've reviewed the existing leases and related paperwork.

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  78. Class Watch "Closing Real Estate Deals" Recording of Live Class
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