Choosing The Right AGENT
Select a sales representative that will offer you professional advice as to preferred locations, styles, prices, trends, financing and how to handle the unexpected. Your selected sales representative should also have connections with Lawyers, Building Inspectors, Mortgage Representatives and many other Professionals. The opinions of these experts is often needed when buying a home to ensure that you do not encounter any costly surprises down the road.Your selected sales representative should also be highly skilled in the negotiating process.
There are so many advantages to having a Sales Representative work specifically for you, so it is extremely important that you choose a Sales Representative that you are comfortable with. Someone you feel understands your needs and wants and that you are confident will work in your best interests!
The Personal “One on One” Buyer Consultation
The Sales Representative should and needs to discuss and advise you on your personal situation and buying power. Before you start viewing homes, decide on your needs first and then your wants or likes. (i.e.: number of bedrooms, bathroom, garage, etcetera). Your Sales Representative can then assist you in making the best possible purchase of a home that best suits you and your family's needs at the price you are budgeting for. Their experience and knowledge of the Market and Neighbourhood will be invaluable to you.
Location! Location! Location!
Decide what area you want to live in.
TIP Don’t be overwhelmed by the owner’s decor or furniture. Imagine your
own furniture there. Look at the features of the home, even if it needs a
coat of paint, it may still suit your needs.
For more information, please contact a
Royal LePage TEAM REALTY Sales Representative.