Category: real estate agent (2)

One service that I believe is extremely important in Milton real estate markets is helping my listing clients to objectively evaluate their homes for marketability. Some brokerages do a once–over to get the information to put into the various information fields in the listing . However, I go much more into the detail of the features, characteristics and condition of your home.

I will want to postpone some photos until we’ve worked with you to do a thorough inspection of your home with a whole lot of details in mind. Every buyer who sees your home will be comparing it to the competition in your area and price range. How your home compares is critical to how soon you sell it and at what price. I’m going to work with you in several areas of concern:

Interior features & characteristics – While the number of bedrooms and baths are not something you’ll be changing to compete better with other homes, you do need to objectively compare them in order to end up with a listing price that will get your property sold. Some things I can consider for improvements, others I just need to know how your home compares to other homes buyers will be seeing. Other features/characteristics:

  • Floor plan
  • Built date and obsolescence
  • Floors & walls condition, paint, etc.
  • Kitchen features
  • Room sizes
  • Lighting, skylights, windows

Exterior – That “curb appeal” thing really does mean something. When a prospective buyer first drives up in front of your home, they’re going to get a first impression that is very important. I help you to look at things like landscaping, exterior paint and condition. Here is an area in which small expenditures can yield big results. It’s a fact that some buyers will ask to leave without ever stepping across the threshold if they get a bad first curb appeal impression.

If you are looking to sell your house and want to know the value, please do not hasitate to contact me for free home evaluation.fill up the form below and i will get back to you shortly


Tips to buy a home with the help of an agent in spring

It seems home buyers consider spring time a good month for making an investment. This creates somewhat of a buyer’s market and most people end up competing for the same home in the frenzy. Spring does arrive at the same time in all cities. However, in Old Milton, Ontario, we will typically consider April – June to be those time of the year when the air feels and smells fresh. If you are looking for Old Milton homes for sale during the spring time, be prepared to compete with several other buyers for the home. If you think spring is a good time to buy, there are several others like you in the market who thinks so too. Since you haven’t decided to buy a home overnight, chances are you have planned the finances. There’s a lot of homework to do as to which home loan lender or mortgage lender you will proceed with to finance your home. Along with the interest rate, you must also factor in the time length of the mortgage. The more you can down pay, the lesser you pay in interest. Target at least 20% down payment. When you decided to look up Old Milton homes for sale, be prepared to factor in the area or locality. If you find other contenders, don’t sleep on it if the house is to your liking. Where is the home located? Is the home a foreclosure, a short sale? For a foreclosure, if your budget is below the homeowner’s amount due, he will have to bring in the balance amount to the bank.

When considering the home, keep these in mind –

1. Look for preapproval from a local lender – A local lender’s approval receives more preference. There may be other lenders from across the city, but don’t go for an online lender’s preapproval.

2. Old Milton homes for sale – if this location is your target area, look up the homes. Focus on the house in question. If you are working with an agent, things may turn out to be easier. Ask for reports of the house. What kind of repairs does the home need? Will the cost run into several thousand dollars? Will it still be worth buying after the total cost?

3. Hire the real estate agent from your area – he is the person who has information about the neighborhood. Whether it’s a foreclosure or otherwise, the agent can help you get a reduced price. He is more equipped with information about the real estate market that a first-time buyer may not know.

4. There are several prices for a home. The first is the home’s listed price. There is the owner’s idea of what it is worth and the last is the actual price in the market.

5. Offer the seller something. It need not be a price-related thing. It could be an extra day to move out or something that makes him favor the sale on your side.