Nathan  Loganathan

Nathan Loganathan

REALTOR® / Owner

HomeLife Galaxy Real Estate Ltd. Brokerage

Mobile:
416-556-9828
Office:
416-284-5555
Email Me
Nathan  Loganathan

Nathan Loganathan

REALTOR® / Owner

HomeLife Galaxy Real Estate Ltd. Brokerage

Mobile:
416-556-9828
Office:
416-284-5555
Email Me

Nathan Loganathan's blog

Canada’s First-Time Home Buyer Incentive: Everything You Need to Know

The FTHBI is here. Learn how it can save you money on your first home purchase.

Nathan Team, Real Estate Pros - Blog#09

How To Survive a Bidding War As a Buyer

Nathan Team, Real Estate Pros - Blog#08

3 Reasons Why a House Isn’t Selling

Have you ever driven by a For Sale sign and wondered, “That house has been on the market for a long time, I wonder why it isn’t selling”? You might have asked that question because you were worried the same thing would happen when you put your own house on the market!

Nathan Team, Real Estate Pros - Blog#07

Understanding How Homes Are Priced

Nathan Team, Real Estate Pros - Blog#06

Viewing Your Home From a Buyer’s Perspective

There is an adage in marketing and sales: Before trying to sell something, you need to put yourself in the buyer’s shoes. When it’s time to sell your home, you’ll need to do the same thing. Imagine that you’re the potential buyer and then view your property from that perspective.

The Basics of Do-it-Yourself Video-based Home Security

According to law enforcement experts, a video-based home security system is significantly more effective than a simple alarm system. The reason is obvious. Burglars don’t want their crimes captured on video, which can then be used as evidence in court.

Beware of Over-Downsizing or Over-Upsizing

Buying a new pair of shoes is relatively easy. Once you find the style you like, all you need to do is try them on and see if they fit. If they do, you go to the cash register and pay.

Millennials rank affordable housing among top concerns for upcoming provincial election, real estate study says

A historically high number of young adults still live with their parents but want to own a home, says the Ontario Real Estate Association.

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