physical distancing

There are many reasons why someone may need to buy or sell a property in the weeks ahead. While real estate remains on the essential workplaces list, it is important to note that open houses are prohibited for the foreseeable future as we battle COVID-19.

apprasial

Whether you are in the market to buy or sell, it is important to have a good understanding of the service options and insights available to you as you prepare for your next move.

FSBO

Taking on the sale of one’s property is an ambitious and sometimes complicated task. You may find engaging professionals from the field helpful in the process.

Buying in a Seller's Market_ Here's 5 tips.

  • Best case scenario forecast shows Canada’s aggregate home price could grow a modest 1% by the end of 2020
  • If the pandemic continues to heavily restrict business activity through late summer, a national home price decrease of 3% is expected by the end of 2020
  • The aggregate price of a home in Canada climbed 4.4 per cent year-over-year in Q1 2020
  • High demand and low inventory in Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa fueled rising home prices

home inspector

A broker or salesperson is a key guide as you embark on the buying or selling process, but it is likely that you’ll need help from other service providers as well.

power of sale home

To explain “power of sale” in plain language, if I borrow money from a bank, we agree that the property will be a sort of guarantee. If I don’t repay the money according to the terms of my agreement, the bank can take possession of the property and sell it, and give me any money that is left over.

open house

This is a common question. While it may sometimes seem like a nosy, or irrelevant ask, there are reasons a representative hosting an open house may ask this question.

Real Estate Changes

In November of 2019, the Ontario government announced plans to change the rules that real estate salespeople and brokerages must follow. The changes are outlined in Bill 145, the Trust in Real Estate Services Act, 2019. A bill that proposes changes to the, the Real Estate and Business Brokers Act, 2002 which the Real Estate Council of Ontario (RECO) now administers in order to protect home buyers and sellers and to uphold professional integrity within the real estate industry.

client vs customer

In our daily lives, we tend to use the terms “client” and “customer” interchangeably. But in real estate transactions, there’s a big difference between the services you will receive, depending on which kind of contract you sign.