Real estate and the real estate market is a subject that affects pretty much everyone. You live in a home and, at one time or another, you will buy or sell your home. For many, it is not just the place you live your life, it is also your largest personal asset. For all of these reasons, and many more, there is good cause to consider using the services of a professional.

Take a few moments to consider some of these important points when buying a home.

Buying a home is a complex process, with many potential pitfalls, problems and hundreds of details to consider. Partnering with the right REALTOR® can make all the difference.

A REALTOR® is someone who can help with your move by:

– helping you refine the thousands of listings on the market to the one that best fits your needs and wants.

– getting you access to the homes on the market that you want to see, when you want to see them. Only a small segment of the market is available for viewing through open houses at any one time. With a REALTOR®, the entire market inventory is open for you, on your schedule.

– providing specific market information that is up to date and relevant to the market sector you are interested in.

– generating comparative market analyses to ensure a fair price is offered for a property.

– providing competent and professional negotiation skills to help you get the best price and terms possible.

– securing a legally binding purchase contract and seeing it through to completion and beyond. Real estate purchases have many of moving parts working on many different timelines that need to be co-ordinated in order to successfully complete a purchase.

– getting you in touch with the professionals you need, like lawyers, mortgage specialists, home inspectors, condominium document specialists, and insurance specialists. And getting you in touch with these experts when you need them.


These are just a few of the many services a REALTOR® can provide you. Check out this helpful video and then contact me if you would like to discuss your specific needs. I would be happy to talk to you about them.