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Hey there! If you’re a first-time home buyer, this is for you!
Are you prepared to find your dream investment property? As your REALTOR®s, we are committed to finding you the perfect property that meets your requirements and exceeds your expectations. Unfortunately, it is common for multiple clients to be interested in the same property and drive up demand. However, it is important to be able to analyze an investment opportunity to your criteria and come up with appropriate numbers.
The Bank of Canada has raised its interest rates three times since the beginning of 2022. The central bank's latest move on the first of June pushed the rate to 1.5 per cent, and indicating further hikes in the coming month to curb rising inflation. What does this mean for Canadians who have taken on debt? Many worry that rising rates will put a damper on home sales and lead to increased payments with lower valuations, but is this really the case? What are the other economic factors contributing to these changes, and how might they impact Canadian real estate moving forward?
Selling your home can be an overwhelming and daunting task. From choosing the right agent to closing date, we’ve outlined steps you can take to overcome challenges and tackle it with ease.
Purchasing a home is probably one of the most expensive decisions you're going to make. The buyer's journey is a process one goes through before making a purchase. There are three stages of this journey: awareness, consideration and lastly, the decision. Below, we've outlined what the three stages might look like when buying a home.
We've gathered some of the top real estate headlines from last month for May's month in review.
Are you thinking about putting your house on the market but aren't sure where to start? As a homeowner, it's easy to overlook the little things you have gotten used to, however, some of these little things could be a major turn-off to potential buyers. Before you find the right realtor to list your home with, consider the following:
Looking for a home to buy can be an overwhelming experience for many people. With competing emotions, feelings and questions, it's possible you might overlook some very important details while house hunting. Below, we've outlined some key points to consider when viewing a property.
With the Bank of Canada's recent interest rate increase, and the possibility of more rate hikes again later this year, you might be wondering how to navigate today's real estate market. April home sales dipped in the GTA over this time last year and the GTA isn't the only area cooling down. Areas such as London, Hamilton, Kitchener and Waterloo are also seeing a slowdown in listings and sales. We've outlined some changes that we're starting to see across the market to help you better navigate purchasing a home.