How to find the best real estate agent
  1. Make sure your lender, real estate agent and Lawyer can work together.
  2. Get referrals from your network.
  3. Interview the real estate agent.
  4. Request references — and check them.
  5. Go with your gut. 
  6. Ask yourself – Do you trust him / her?
Why a REALTOR®?
  1. Committed to the REALTOR® Code: The code is the accepted standard of conduct for all real estate practitioners who are REALTORS®. It’s your guarantee of professional conduct and the quality service. Read more about the REALTOR® Code.
  2. Knowledgeable about developments in real estate: A REALTOR® can get you the information needed to make an informed decision: comparable prices, neighborhood trends, housing market conditions and more.
  3. Actively updating education: Through courses, workshops and other professional development, a REALTOR® maintains a high level of current knowledge about real estate.
  4. Access: REALTORS® have access to Board MLS® Systems, which facilitate the cooperate sale of properties to benefit consumers.
Is it a real estate scam when your Realtor offers to buy your house?

It almost sounds too good to be true — but no, it’s not a scam. However, the logistics behind it can be questionable, and homeowners should review the specifics before signing on the dotted line.

Is there any government incentive / help available?

Short answer: Yes

Long Answer: There are some incentives available. There are cases when it make sense to utilize them and there are times when you should keep away from them. 

Latest incentive information can be obtained from: 

https://www.cmhc-schl.gc.ca/en/nhs/canada-first-time-home-buyer-incentive

Please contact us to go over in details to figure out whats the best course of action.

 

Can I buy a home with no money down?

It maybe possible to buy a house with no money down but its best to sit down with one on one meeting to understand the ins and outs of this option. 

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