Knowing the proper steps to buying a house and having a trusted real estate team to guide you through them is the easiest way to find a home you will love.

To start you off on the right foot, we have put together a simple home buyer’s guide that includes some of the most important steps to buying a house.


Find the Right Team

One of the first steps to buying a house is to find a real estate agent you trust. Purchasing a house is a large financial investment, and having a team you feel comfortable and confident with will ensure that every decision is made with your best interests at heart.

Determine Your Needs

The type of house you buy depends on your lifestyle. Are you looking for a long term family home? Do you want to downsize to a smaller house? Is an income suite on your list of must-haves? If you aren’t sure what you need in a home, our team can help you determine that, too.

Know the Market

Is it a buyer’s market or seller’s market? Knowing when to start your home search and where you can get the most for your money comes from the help of a real estate team that knows the area. Our team will do thorough research into the average home prices in your ideal location and help you navigate through bidding wars to secure the right home.

Find a Neighbourhood You Connect With

The neighbourhood you choose will affect every facet of your life, from your commute time to the schools your children will attend. Keep an open mind during this stage of the home search, and you may end up finding a great community that wasn’t originally on your radar.

Don’t Rush

Seeing properties is one of the most exciting steps of buying a home. Take your time in each house, exploring the exterior and surrounding neighbourhood as well. Try to imagine your day-to-day life there, and remember: when you walk in the door of the right home, you’ll know.

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