We know selling a home can be daunting. This is why it is so important to us that you feel supported through the process every step of the way. To help you feel more comfortable, we have created a checklist for you to keep in mind when you’re about to put your home up for sale.
With the market fluctuating recently, it’s nearly impossible to guess what your home could sell for. We’ve seen homes that were purchased in August of last year go up by $200k more than they were purchased for. If you’ve owned your home for less than five years, you may be surprised at how quickly the price has increased. When home sellers consider putting their property on the market, the first thing an agent will do for you is a comparative market analysis (CMA). This is free of charge! You don't have to commit to selling your home for one to be done. It’s a document that gives you the information you need to make an informed decision. But what exactly...
Buying your first home will arguably be the largest purchase you will make in your life thus far. The federal government also understands this and has created multiple programs that can make buying your first home more affordable. Here are some federal programs available to first time buyers and how they will help you.
Is a freehold better than a condo purchase? It honestly depends on your lifestyle! There are benefits to both.
Imagine If Realtor.ca had brackets behind the list price with an estimate of all the *extra* stuff, you might not be thinking about when buying your new home! How much money should you really be saving for your real estate purchase? Well… That depends on your price point.