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Finding a real estate agent who is right for you requires doing a little homework, and asking the right questions.
If you are considering looking for a new house, and are a current home-owner, then chances are you're wondering what your strategy should be.
You've been saving for awhile, weighing your options, looking around casually. Now you've finally decided you're ready to buy a house.
Choosing a neighbourhood that suits your needs and wants is one of the most important decisions you'll make in the home-buying process.
There is no set equation to determine how you'll reach an offer price, the process involves a range of research and comparison that will vary with each situation.
The asking prices of most homes on the market indicate the current state of the market, and usually mirror the prices for which other similar homes in the area have recently sold.
Budgeting for a new home can be tricky. Not only are there mortgage installments and the down payment to consider, there are a host of other - sometimes unexpected - expenses.
Each homebuyer has different ideas of what will constitute the ideal home for them, but one thing that unites all potential homebuyers is the desire to find a home that is fundamentally sound.
The process of buying or selling a house seems to involve a million details, the legal issues involved in the process are often particularly intricate, ranging from matters of common knowledge to subtle details that might escape the untrained eye.
It's official: you've signed the papers, dotted all the i's and crossed the t's - you own a new home! However, now, faced with the daunting task of moving, it may seem as though the journey has just begun.