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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:

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I’m unhappy with my real estate salesperson and I’m not sure I want to work with him anymore. Can I cut him out of the process and deal with the seller’s agent myself?

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The short answer to this question is that buying a condominium (condo) involves a number of special considerations you won’t encounter when you purchase an ordinary detached or semi-detached home, and you should be aware of them before you make an offer.

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A listing agreement is a legal contract stating that you agree to work exclusively with a real estate brokerage for an agreed-upon length of time when you’re in the market to sell your home. The agreement makes you a client of the brokerage, meaning it owes you a fiduciary duty to act in your best interests in a real estate transaction.

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Buying a home includes a number of key steps and the process can sometimes be tricky. Your real estate salesperson can answer your questions and guide you to the finish line. In the meantime, however, here are a few actions you will need to take before you can move into your new home.

 

At first glance, acronyms for organizations involved in real estate in Ontario may resemble a bowl of alphabet soup. It’s not necessarily easy to understand the roles these groups play, and the interests they represent.

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