Category Archive: sellers

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October 16th, 2020

Selling an Estate-Sale Home in London, Ontario

Estate Sale Home In London Ontario FAQ What is an Estate Sale? An Estate sale is a sale of property (Primary Home, Cottage, Second home) that has become recently available due to deceased homeowners with the intent to liquidate the home and all the assets included. Estate-sales are usually initiated by the owner’s relatives or heirs. If they choose not to live in the inherited home, they may sell it to pay for any owning


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April 1st, 2019

Hosting Your First Airbnb — Where Do I Start?

As a licensed real estate agent and airbnb host, the most common question I get asked about hosting is, where do I start? If you’re thinking about getting started in hosting your own airbnb, take a look at these few steps to consider before you get going. 1. Check your local bylaws. Not every city or town has permitted airbnbs yet, so do a quick search make sure you’re allowed to host in the first


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February 26th, 2019

The Top 3 First-Time Home Buyer Incentives You Need To Take Advantage Of

Making the decision to buy your first come is an exciting experience. Of course, buying a home can be a costly investment. Fortunately, there are plenty of incentives for first-time home buyers in Ontario. If you’re in the market for your first home, consider these options, and let me help you take the first step to becoming a homeowner. First-Time Home Buyers’ (FTHB) Tax Credit The FTHB Tax Credit offers a $5000 non-refundable tax credit


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February 11th, 2019

Peak Professionals: New Build Listing

$779,900 2354 Red Thorne Ave. is a brand new home, ready for you! This is a custom home in Foxwood Crossing, Lambeth. Backing onto beautiful green space, this 2651 sq. ft. offers plenty of room for the whole family! This Glenwood executive home is full of endless upgrades and amenities. Main floor: open concept kitchen (with pantry & butler’s pantry), and formal dining room, or can be used for office space. 2 pc bath, mudroom


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January 31st, 2019

The Top 5 Mistakes First-Time Home Buyers Often Make

Buying a home for the first time can be tricky business, but that’s okay! There are a few things you need to be mindful of, but rest easy knowing that I’ll be there to help you each step of the way. If you’re considering buying your first home, be sure to watch out for these mistakes that could make the process more difficult. 1. Not interviewing at least three agents to find the best one


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July 31st, 2017

Where Do I Start? Keep It Simple!

If you are anything like me, once you get an idea it’s off to the races! I want to keep this post short and simple. The first place anyone starts in buying a house is talking to a mortgage broker. My cousin has been in the business for many many years and is an expert in residential mortgages. If you fill out the contact form and strictly put in the message, “Pre-approval” I’ll send your


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July 31st, 2017

First Time Home Buyer’s Costs Example

I get asked a lot of questions as a realtor… Here’s an example I recently gave to a first time home buyer looking at just outside the GTA: If you put a $2000 deposit down on a $200,000 home you would owe; $1725 for land transfer tax (this is rebated for a first time home buyer when you do 2016 taxes – up to $2000) Somewhere between $800-$1000 for lawyer fees (dependent on lawyer) Remainder


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July 31st, 2017

Partial Buyer Representation (Flat Fee)

In a world that is constantly changing and an ever more educated buyer with all that the internet offers – why not offer a something different? I’m pleased to announce I’m now offering a $2000 flat fee partial service buyer representation! What does this mean? This means if you are an educated buyer who goes to all your own open houses, does all your own research and books all your own appointments but you just


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