Purchasing a Home

It is very important to have an accurate picture of your financial capacity. Once you establish your budget the next step is your needs.

The type of property

a new house, an older house, a condominium or a duplex.

The neighborhood

are you looking for a home in the city or the suburbs.

Proximity to services

will you need public transit, how important is it to you to be close to schools, hospitals, shopping centers.

Indoor aspect:

what are your need in terms of space, how many bedrooms, how many bathrooms,do you need a single garage, air conditioning, do you need separate dinning room.

Outdoor aspect

which way the house is facing in terms of sunlight, what are your parking needs, do you like to garden, do you need a balcony, how important is it that the house comes with a pool.

Once you choose all your criteria you will need a list to make notes on each home you visit, this way you will be able to remember what you liked or did not like for each property. It will allow you to compare properties and make the right choice.

If you are moving from an apartment to a home

you have to make sure you will be able to sublet your apartment, or move at the end of your lease.

If you are moving from a home into a home

sometimes the dates can work out perfectly or the vendors pay rent to the buyers until they move out. It is very important for buyers to have a good broker who will find them the home of their dreams, within their budget, with everything on their wish list.

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