Monday, July 17, 2017
Real Estate Market Home Buying Real Estate Tips
Top Real Estate Tips #1
While many buyers shy away from used cars, that’s not the case with “used” or resale homes. As a resale home exists, you don’t have to visualize what it will look like- you see what you get, and get what you see. Also, resale homes are usually sold in more established communities and neighbourhoods. This means recreational facilities, transportation links, support services, schools and shopping centres are likely already in place.
Many people believe they get better value buying a resale home, since appliances, light fixtures, floor window coverings can be negotiated into the deal. Improvements like fences, paved driveways and landscaping automatically go with the house, too.
A survey needed by both you and the lender often is available from the seller, but make sure it’s up-to-date. And you can reduce the risk of being saddled with hidden defect in the house, by having a home inspector examine a resale home before the offer becomes firm. For buyers on a tight budget, a resale home in move-in condition is always an appealing choice – you even get to avoid the HST!
Thursday, April 6, 2017
Real Estate Market Home Buying Home Selling Real Estate Tips
Top Real Estate Tips #5
A Power Team is a group of professionals you will need to help you buy or sell a house. These Power Team members are vital in that they are your best resource for accurate and timely information. They will give you advice base on your situation and what is in your best interest.
If you are buying or selling for investment purposes it is strongly suggested that your first step is to develop your Power Team. You will want to discuss your plans with them in detail to ensure they have all the relevant information to give you good sound advice.
Your Power Team should consist of a lawyer, accountant, mortgage lender, house inspector, insurance agent, and of course, a Realtor. Depending on your specific goals, you many need to expand your Power Team to meet your needs.
As you develop your Power Team, choose your team members based on their knowledge and their ability to help you meet your goals A decision to include a team member based solely on the fees charged could prove to be a costly mistake.