People usually associate selling their home with the first step being to call their REALTOR.
While this is always a good start, almost more often than not, I end up sending my client back to their bank before we can ever get started on marketing their home for sale.
There are a few numbers every seller should be very in tune with before you ever to decide to sell your home, moreso to ensure you avoid any unexpected fees and/or charges that you didnt have on your radar....
Did you hold off purchasing a home for whatever reason?
The average detached home in the Fraser Valley (Abbotsford all the way to North Delta) in the last calendar month, year over year, went up over 41.9% from July 2015 to July 2016.
Check out the infographic below.
The biggest question potential purchasers want to ask themselves is, "Is waiting really the best option?"...
You can’t call yourself a dentist unless you have specific hard-earned credentials. Just about anyone, however, can hang a shingle and call himself a home improvement contractor. That’s why choosing a reputable
one is so difficult. Here are some tips:
Figuring out how much time you should spend viewing properties for sale is a little like asking, “How long should I spend trying on shoes?”
The answer seems obvious: As long as it takes to make a decision!
Buying a home is significantly more complex than purchasing shoes – and the stakes are higher too! You need to make sure you have all the information necessary to confidently make the best decision.
There are basically three stages to viewing a property: