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.

take photos

In today’s market, potential buyers can view and visit dozens of listed properties and open houses before setting their sights on a place they’d like to call home. With so many properties available, taking photos to document the ins and outs of a property can help in recalling specific details later.

00home-buying

Buying your first home is an exciting milestone. It is also an endeavor that can get complicated quickly, so I recommend working with a registered real estate salesperson or broker to guide you through the process.

The Real Estate Council of Ontario (RECO) has been looking out for home buyers – and sellers – for over two decades. I suggest that you start by visiting RECO’s website and following these five tips:

christmas

If you have a new homeowner on your shopping list this year you may want to consider some of these ideas for their Christmas gift. First you must decide if you want to purchase them a unique gift or something more practical. You know the homeowner best, so be sure to choose something that matches their tastes and decor.

help rent

I trust that you have read and understand your obligations as a landlord under the Residential Tenancies Act, confirmed the property zoning accommodates rental and the building meets all the relevant fire and electrical safety codes and that the former owner obtained all the appropriate building permits.