So, you want to buy a house?

The home buying process can be intimidating, which is why it is so important to have an agent to advise, guide and educate you along the way!

for buyers

As your buyer’s agent I will:

+ Educate you on the home buying process
+ Help you get pre-approved, if you are not already 
+ Identify properties that meet your search criteria, both on AND off market
+ Provide comparative market analysis reports as needed
+ Advise you on the best offer terms and write offers on your behalf
+ Negotiate as needed on offer terms and/or repair items
+ Connect you with one of my preferred attorneys 
+ Manage and coordinate your entire transaction from offer to close
+ Continue to be a friend, advisor and resource well after closing!

Each and every one of my clients can expect top notch service, regardless of price point. I am to make the home buying experience as stress free and fun as possible - solving most problems before you even know they exist! 

I am always thinking outside of the box for my clients, and am always willing to get creative for my clients - from writing letters to homeowners, to networking with other agents for off market opportunities. 


If it sounds like I could be a good fit to help you on your home buying journey, here’s how we can get started: 


Schedule an obligation free consult with me, virtually or in person. 


We discuss your goals and priorities, you learn about the process and I answer any questions you may have


If it’s a good fit, we get to work! I’ll set you up with listing alerts and connect you with my preferred lender, if you don’t already have one.




First time home buyer and not sure where to start? Click the link below to get your free guide to jumpstart your home buying education!


As first time home buyers, Beth could not have been better for us!

She was prompt, reachable, and thorough. The thing we loved most was her ability to answer the questions we didn’t even know to ask! She gave great recommendations for attorneys and loan officers throughout, and couldn’t have been happier with our decision to go with her.

Max B,


Beth is fantastic.

She was communicative, adaptable, and it really felt like she had our best interests at heart. We've already recommended her to family and friends. She made purchasing a home as stress-free and seamless as possible!

Jaki P,


Beth was so great, she met with us and explained the process,

gave us materials, set us up with alerts, and attended the open houses with us. She helped us spot things at the open houses that we never would have thought to look for, helped us consider how much to offer, and brainstorm the best ways to construct our offer. I couldn't recommend Beth enough! We are so grateful!! 

Emily L,


Beth Mulholland was wonderful to work with,

responds quickly to any questions or concerns and always looks out for her clients best interest! It was a pleasure working with her!

Amy V,


Frequently Asked Questions

This is a tough question, as it depends on a lot of factors. For instance, the more items on your criteria list, the harder it is to find a property that is a good fit. On average it takes home buyers 10 weeks to get under agreement on a property, and another 30-45 days to close. 

You should get a pre-approval prior to starting your search. Your buyer’s agent can connect you with a lender, or you can find one on your own (though there are many benefits to working with a well oiled team). Without a pre-approval you cannot submit an offer, so you risk falling in love with a property and not being able to act quickly enough!

No, you do not! The more can you put down, the more competitive your offer will be, but plenty of buyers put less than 10% down, and there are programs available that allow home buyers to put as little as 3.5% down (or even 0% if you are a veteran).

In most cases it is FREE to hire a buyer’s agent! Nearly every property listed on MLS will include a commission for the buyer’s agent as a part of the seller’s costs, which means you don’t have to pay a cent. There are rare cases when a property that does not include a buyer’s agent commission, usually a home for sale by owner. In that situation you would be made aware of what the commission would be for you before your agent shows you the property.

The best time to buy a home is when you are ready and prepared to buy a home! There are often more homes available in the spring/summer, but there is also more competition then. Low interest rates are great, but they typically come with higher home prices due to increased demand. The best time to buy should be the most driven by your personal circumstances!