6 Things to Know About the Offer Process

Buying a home is not as simple as it looks on HGTV. Navigating the sales process can be challenging for both buyers and sellers, often involving many steps and quick decisions. We all know the market is challenging for first-time home buyers right now. That being said, we are seeing a bit of a lull in multiple offer scenarios. This is an ever changing and dynamic market and navigating it can be tricky. Working with the right Realtor can help!..

A Guide to Cash Offers

We all know the market is super competitive right now! Inventory continues to remain low and buyer demand is high. If you’re asking yourself what this means and what it could lead to, you’re not alone. When this happens, the likelihood of you receiving a cash offer. This is a promise to purchase your property that doesn’t depend on the buyer having a mortgage or financing. ..

What to Look For When Buying a House In The Winter

Buying a House in the Winter

When we think of real estate and the idea of buying a home, spring and summer automatically come to mind. However, buying a home in the winter and more specifically over the holidays can actually be an advantageous time for both buyers and sellers. Over the winter and the holiday season, there is a smaller number of buyers and as a result the ones who are looking are typically more motivated…

The New Stress Test – How Does it Affect You?

The Stress Test

First home jitters is a feeling that you’ll never forget because of how special it all is. From the signing of the papers to the viewing of the property, time certainly flies when it comes to getting your first home after dreaming about the opportunity for so long. If you’ve purchased a new pre-constructed condominium (or any other pre-constructed home) as the first home you’re moving into, however, there are some things that you’ll have to remember. ..

Buying a Home in a Hot Market & the Conditions

First home jitters is a feeling that you’ll never forget because of how special it all is. From the signing of the papers to the viewing of the property, time certainly flies when it comes to getting your first home after dreaming about the opportunity for so long. If you’ve purchased a new pre-constructed condominium (or any other pre-constructed home) as the first home you’re moving into, however, there are some things that you’ll have to remember. ..