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Home Buying

How much does it cost to work with a Realtor?

If you're buying a home, the Realtor usually doesn't cost you (the home buyer) anything.

If you're selling a property, the Realtor's commission is always negotiable.

How long does it take to buy a house?

It can take as little as a week, through to several months. Each case is different. Our experienced Real Estate agents will guide you through the entire process. Contact us today for a free no-obligation chat about your Real Estate needs, no matter how far out you are from buying.

Is it a good idea to buy a home?

It depends on a number of factors such as whether you're able to get a good mortgage rate, whether you'll be owning the property for a long time, and whether your job may require you to relocate. In addition to this, how sensible the decision to buy a home is also greatly depends upon the home itself and what sort of investment opportunity it presents based upon the condition of the property and the neighborhood it's located in. Reach out to us HERE for a free no-obligation chat with a local Realtor to discuss whether or not buying a home right now is a good option for you.

Is it better to buy or rent a home?

Whether to buy or rent a home depends upon your individual circumstances more than the Real Estate market. Some factors to consider include whether you may need to move within a few years, whether you can get a good mortgage rate, and whether you want to be responsible for property maintenance. If you're in the early stages of figuring out whether it's better for you to buy or rent a home and you'd like a free no-obligation chat with a Realtor to discuss your specific needs, reach out to us HERE.

Where do I start when buying a house?

The very first place to start is to find out how much house you can afford by getting pre-qualified for a mortgage. Once you have that information, you can begin looking at homes. Click Here to be connected with a local mortgage broker for a free no-obligation chat.

Selling a Property

What does it mean when someone says the Realtor "bought the listing"?

The term 'buying the listing' refers to the unethical practice of a Realtor knowingly misleading a home owner into believing that their home will sell for more money than it is worth. Some unethical Real Estate Agents do this because they know that the seller is likely to list the home with the Agent who will get them the most money for their home. You can read more about Buying The Listing HERE.


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