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Tuesday, August 16, 2016 / by Marketing Team
I also have talked about finding a good realtor in my recent article on buying a new home. Additionally, I’m going to share with you on this post about the benefits and perks of hiring a buyer’s agent or realtor.
When I bought a townhouse unit in 2015, it didn’t start from finding a realtor or a buyer’s agent but it was through a Facebook post of a certain real estate agent.
The home designs and location captured me a lot and made me curious to contact the agent. Fortunately, I’ve encountered a good realtor and a buyer’s agent that day.
Having a buyer’s agent can make your home buying process easy and smooth. Especially, if the agent is good!
Let me share with you some cool benefits.
Provide upfront answers
As prospective buyer, we always wanted to get upfront answers to our queries in buying a home, right?
Having a buyer’s a ...
Wednesday, July 27, 2016 / by Marketing Team
This article will also share practical tips intended for first-time home sellers. To avoid stress and trouble in selling your home, kindly go through the following tips to ensure a smooth selling of your house.
1. Approach a Real Estate Professional
As a first time home seller, I would highly recommend to seek expertise from Real Estate Professionals or Quality Agents. Do a research and seek referrals from your friends or neighbors. Having a Real Estate Professional can save your time, money, and effort.
2. Clear any clutter and Remove extras
Make sure that your house is clean. Clear any clutter and Remove extras. Remember, as much as you loved your house and the sentimental memories, it’s a NO-NO to personalize your house when you’re going to sell it. A buyer ...
Monday, July 25, 2016 / by Marketing Team
But one of the things that a buyer should take into priority and consideration is to have home inspection.
It is very essential to have a better understanding of its importance, process, and mistakes to avoid.
Home inspection allows the buyer to know if the house is in good condition, free of any defects, or might need some repairs.
Buying a home involves big amount of money or savings. Thus, you wanted to make sure that you will make the right investment and ensure that it satisfies your needs.
There are exceptions though for home inspection, it’s not applicable for condominiums and townhouse.
Here are the 5 things you need to know about home inspection,
1. It’s Optional
It is a buyer’s call whether to do a home inspection or not. Though it’s recommended to avoid any contingent issues that may arise. ...
Wednesday, July 20, 2016 / by Listings@greatertorontogroup.com .