Buying Your Home | Investing in Your Future
Buying a home is likely the largest purchase/investment you'll make. Especially for first-time buyers, this can mean a lot of pressure and sometimes anxiety. The most important thing any buyer can do is align themselves with professionals that can help them ask and get answers to the right questions along the way.
Quick Summary to Buying
1. Get pre-approved
Work with a mortgage advisor/broker whom you trust. We are happy to refer some of our trusted experienced partners to you.
2. Determine what you are looking for
Clarify your list of must-haves, as well as your list of nice-to-haves and we will set up the search for you.
3. Make an offer
Once you have found a place you would like to write on, we will take you through the step-by-step process of making an offer.
4. Remove subjects
Depending on what subject conditions you have in the contract, we will help you book a home inspection, forward paperwork to your bank or mortgage contact, and look over strata documents if applicable, among other things.
Our team will assist you with all the necessary closing steps and remind you of all the important dates.
Step by Step
Our team of knowledgeable and experienced Realtors know that buying a property is serious business and we are here to help make the process as smooth as possible. We have created this Buyer’s Guide to help address the big questions that you may have during your home-buying experience.
This calculator is for information purposes only. Users should not use this calculator to make any financial decisions and should speak with their bank or mortgage broker. The website owner does not guarantee the accuracy or reliability of any information or calculations provided by this calculator. The website owner is not be liable for loss or damage of any kind arising from the use of this tool.
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