At times, home buyers may find that they are not the only party interested in purchasing a property. This situation of competing offers, calls for buyers to be more prepared and better educated on the process.
Buying a home will most likely be the biggest financial decision of your life. It is important that when you begin this journey you are prepared. There will be more to think about than the types of flooring or the number of bedrooms in a house. No question is silly when there is a huge price tag on what you may be about to purchase.
I have compiled some important questions that should always be asked. If your real estate agent doesn’t have the answer, they should definitely do the research and find out what you need to know.
Picture yourself sitting on the cottage dock, dipping your toes into the water while watching the sun go down. Or, stepping outside your chalet in the crisp morning air and climbing aboard your snowmobile for an exhilarating day on the trails.
Selling a filthy house isn’t impossible. Some buyers can see beyond the smeared carpet, the overflowing trash cans, dirty laundry scattered over in piles and messy countertops. But it sure is a lot more challenging that selling a sparkling clean one.
The Real Estate Council of Ontario (RECO) did a study last fall to determine what the challenges were for Ontario home buyers and sellers.
Many have asked this question. Some are first time home buyers and others have not bought or sold a home for some time. Others bought privately and sold privately and have no idea what the costs are. So, here are some of the things to consider:
This is a topic that comes up from time-to-time as Realtors work with buyers. What is a “stigma”?