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Buyer’s Articles

  • November Newsletter

    Click on the link below to view our November Newsletter.

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  • Annex Market Update

    Recently our clients have been asking how this years summer market compared to the summer market of 2012.  We decided to focus on the Annex and compare the sale prices of Attached/Row, Semi Detached and Detached properties for the months of July and August.   Use the link below to view the results    

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  • Mortgage Terms to Understand

    Type & Term: Most common are closed mortgages ranging from months to 5 years, a few lenders have terms up to 15 years. Typically, 6 month and 1 year mortgages can be open or convertible. A true open mortgage can be paid in full at anytime without penalty, while a true convertible mortgage can be […]

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  • How to Avoid the Most Common Buyer Errors

    Shopping for a new home is an emotional experience. It is also time consuming and comes with a myriad of details. Some buyers, however, get caught up in the excitement of buying a new home and tend to overlook some items. Their home purchase turns into an expensive process. These errors generally fall into three […]

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  • Home Inspections

    The Buyer A new home is an exciting, frightening and expensive venture. The single most expensive purchase you will probably ever make is your home. There would probably be no arguments to the benefits of a home inspection. If you are spending so many thousands of your hard earned money to purchase a home, surely […]

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  • The Benefits of Buyer Agency

    In an ideal world, every party in a transaction would be fairly represented. When it comes to real estate, however, this may not be the case. The seller and buyer, depending upon the type of agreement with the Real Estate Professional, may not be represented equally. Many people believe that the agent they are working […]

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  • The 9 Biggest Relocation Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

    On one hand, moving to another city can be an exciting adventure. On the other hand, it could be a stressful time if things go wrong. This report explains the 9 most common mistakes when people relocate. When you plan ahead, you will avoid these pitfalls and ensure your move is handled smoothly. 1.Lack of […]

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  • House Hunting Hints

    You have established your budget. You have been pre-approved for a mortgage. You have contacted a Real Estate Professional to assist you with the purchase of a home. Now the fun, and evaluation begins. You will probably be looking at a few homes before you decide on the perfect one for your family. Before you […]

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  • Why You Should Get Preapproved

    Did you know that many banks and trust companies will allow you to apply for a mortgage before you’ve even found the home you want to buy? There are a number of ways that you can go about getting a pre-approved mortgage. You can apply in person at a bank or trust company branch, or […]

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  • What Can You Afford?

    When preparing your budget, you will want to discuss what resources you can allocate to mortgage payments, living expenses, and other financial situations. As your Real Estate Advisor, I can either help or recommend you to a professional who can assist you in establishing a budget and reviewing your financial position. In addition they may […]

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  • What to Consider Before Buying a Home

    Before you begin shopping for your home, reviewing your lifestyle, both now and in the future will make a big difference in the type of home you may need. You will save time. You will define your goals. You are likely to find the home you want, quicker, because you will not waste your efforts […]

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