The Home Buying Experience

If you’re planning on buying a home, the first thing you should do is focus on exactly what you're looking for, the Location, Personal Taste and Budget.

There is also the question of whether or not to buy a new home. New homes tend to have more spacious living and family rooms, and they’re generally easier to maintain.

On the flip side, older homes offer more square footage for the money. Many people enjoy the character of an older more established home, but are cautious of potential maintenance costs.

  • Location

    How will the location of schools, shops and transportation affect the area in which you move?

  • Personal Taste

    What size of a home do you need? What views do you enjoy, lake front, mountain, forested? How much property do you want?

  • Budget

    How much of an investment are you willing to place in your new home?

Important considerations while

Deciding to Sell

Selling can be a frightening undertaking for any homeowner. It involves many details that the everyday home owner may not be aware of.
  1. Timing your Home Sale

    The time it takes you to sell your house can vary widely based on several factors: the current housing market, the condition of your home and how you're able to reach potential buyers.

  2. Preparing your Home

    Selling your home is a big decision that requires careful planning and preparation. It’s important to make sure your home looks its best before listing it on the market. Taking the time to prepare your home for sale could help you get a better price and attract more potential buyers.

    From decluttering and staging to making repairs, there are several steps you can take to ensure that your home is ready for showings. Here are some tips on how to prepare your home for sale so that you can get the most out of the process.

  3. Putting it on the Market

    Selling your home can be a daunting task. You need to make sure that you are getting the best price for your property and that the process is as stress-free as possible. This is where putting your home on the market comes in.

    It’s an effective way to make sure that you reach potential buyers, get the right exposure and maximize your chances of selling quickly and for a good price. Creating a strategy with your agent, you can ensure that you get the most out of this process and achieve a successful sale.

  4. Cost of Selling your Home

    Selling your home can be a stressful process and it comes with a number of costs. From legal fees, to staging costs and real estate commissions, there are many expenses to consider when selling your home.

    Knowing the different costs associated with selling your home can help you make informed decisions and plan ahead for the financial aspects of this process. In this article, we will discuss the various costs associated with selling your home, so that you can make an informed decision when it comes time to list your property.

  5. Mistakes to Avoid

    It's easy to get caught up in the heat of the moment while negotiating the sale of your home. If you have chosen wisely, depend on the experience of your agent to guide you. Here are a few common mistakes to avoid while selling your home:

    • Asking for a high price
    • Not improving the home
    • Waiting for the assumed perfect market conditions
    • Being inflexible