Real Estate Buying Tips from Deborah Olender

Real estate buying tips from Guelph Realtor and Re/Max Guelph Real Estate Broker Deb Olender

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Buyers should be aware of their options so they are better able to protect their positions in a transaction.


Many buyers do not fully understand the home buying process and what role a real estate agent plays.


Choosing a Buyer’s Agent doesn’t have to be a blind choice - be prepared by interviewing a few realtors and making sure their skills match up with your needs.


When you meet with your buyer’s agent they will ask you many questions to get a feel for your tastes and preferences.


Be open and upfront with your realtor. They work for you and can do their job best when they have all the details of your needs and preferences. 


So how do you evaluate a neighbourhood for consideration when you’re searching for homes for sale?


Before you start browsing listings, you’ll want to have a good idea of the different home styles that are available, and which will meet your needs


Financing your new home with a mortgage doesn’t have to be the most stressful part of your move.


Land Transfer Tax is levied by the province of Ontario, and based upon the purchase price. Here’s how to calculate the amount of Land Transfer Tax payable on the purchase of your new home.


You’ve found a home you really like, and you want to move forward toward a purchase. What comes next? It’s time to make an offer


Most sellers will not accept the first offer they receive just as it is. There are likely going to be counter-offers returned to you and a negotiation process will commence.


Moving can be an extremely stressful time, and many home buyers find that this is a surprisingly emotional experience.


Beat the stress of moving by staying ahead of the game. Be prepared for the big day with this handy checklist for new home buyers.


After all, deciding on a new property to buy is a big decision, and it’s important to be well-informed about a home you’re interested in. 


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