Tuesday, 18 October 2016
Buying a house has a lot of similarities with courtship. When you’re talking to a Mount Pleasant real estate home seller, you have to woo her with your proposal, showing off all your good sides in the hopes that she’ll say yes. Of course, there’s always the chance that she’ll say no. If you’re asking yourself what you should do when making an offer on a house to increase your chances of getting an affirmative answer, here are four tips to follow.
Make your first offer your best offer
Don’t expect the sellers to make a counteroffer. Instead, make your first offer hard to resist. Especially when the seller is receiving multiple offers, the buyer who wants the property most will offer the best price. Read more from this blog:
Monday, 17 October 2016
As a homebuyer, one of your biggest priorities is to make sure you get a home at a fair price. With the prices of homes rising every year, this particular consideration becomes even more important. So how do you know you’re not getting ripped off? Experienced brokers of East Van homes for sale, recommends that you follow these tips on evaluating the price of any home.
Research comparable properties
Look for properties in the same location that are of similar size and features. Find out how these other properties compare to the property you’re interested in, then look at their prices. Read more from this blog.
Sunday, 16 October 2016
In urban areas such as East Vancouver, residential choices come plenty, which can leave many first time homebuyers confused as to which type of dwelling to buy. One of the most common issues that plague such homebuyers is the choice between houses and townhouses. So which one of these is right for you? It all boils down to four general considerations:
The design is the main difference between a house and a townhouse. As the name implies, a townhouse belongs to a group or ‘town’ of houses, and shares at least one common wall with another similar-looking property. A house has no common walls and has its own lot. Read more from this blog:
Saturday, 15 October 2016
Making the big move is understandably going to take up a lot of your time and energy. It’s hard enough as it is when you’re moving alone, but it gets doubly so when you have children coming along with you.
There are plenty of considerations to factor in, too, foremost of which would be the safety and security of the location– that’s why the entire process can become tedious and overwhelming. With the right professional help, though, you can find viable options for a healthy community to live in. Read more from this blog:
Friday, 14 October 2016
People eventually come to a point when they want to buy a home. But often, people aren’t sure which type of property to buy, whether a house or a condo is the right fit for them. There’s definitely a lot to consider before signing the dotted line. If you’re having trouble choosing between the two property types, then the information below should help you decide. An East Vancouver condo is probably the right choice for you if:
You want someone else to be responsible for maintenance
One of the biggest advantages of condo living is that the property manager is in charge of any maintenance work required in the property. If you have the don’t have the time, ability, and desire to handle regular homeowner maintenance tasks. Read more from this blog:
Thursday, 13 October 2016
While some people tend to need to buy a new house for more immediate reasons, there are those who can afford to take the time and do a bit more research as to their options. It could be you’re looking at East Vancouver real estate for investment, or you’re planning for a move sometime in the near future.
There are, of course, plenty of considerations to factor in before making the final purchase decision. Aside from location, budget, and property size, one of the foremost would be the timing. Inevitably, the season when you go out looking for real estate can affect the cost that you will have to shell out. Read more from this blog: