Buying Process

Buying the right house at the right price

My Commitment to You

Buying a New Home is truly a fun and exciting adventure and my goal is to ensure that whatever you buy, you will be able to call “Home Sweet Home” for years to come!

My services to all my Buyers makes certain that their new home is exactly what they are looking for to suit their lifestyle and budget while ensuring that there are no future problems that could compromise their investment or their family’s well being.

Purchasing a home today has become an extremely complicated process compared to years gone by as there are so many factors that consumers need to consider and investigate.

My commitment to all my Buyers is to make sure they are protected every step of the way. Ensuring your family and your investment are protected leaving no stone unturned. 

8 Factors to Consider When Buying a Home

  • Lifestyle: Neighbourhoods, Transportations, Amenities
  • Investment & Equity Buildings
  • Inspections
  • Hazardous Substances & Materials
  • Site Influences
  • Reputable Builders
  • Mortgage Financing
  • Hidden Savings

11 Critical Steps in the Buying Process

  1. Mortgage Pre-approval
  2. Cost of Buying a Home
  3. Buyer Representation
  4. Client & Customer Care
  5. House Hunting
  6. Pricing
  7. Preparing & Negotiating an Offer
  8. Required Inspections of the Property
  9. Satisfying & Fulfilling of the Conditions
  10. Property Inspections that may be Needed
  11. Satisfying and Fulfilling of the Conditions

Please Feel Free to Contact Me for a Full Explanation of the Home Purchasing Process.

Today the Buyer Consumer has the same privileges that have always been provided to Sellers. A Buyer can now actually hire a Real Estate Agent to help and protect them throughout the buying process and it doesn’t cost them any money.

A Service that I provide to all my Buyer Clients is a Confidential Consultation to review your lifestyle needs,  rate of return on your investment over a 5 year period and the action steps needed for a successful outcome.

I have always found that my Buyers that come from a position of knowledge make better buying decisions. Potential frustrations are minimal or eliminated.

During the Buying Process… The Listing Agents Are Not Working For You… They Are Working For The Seller!

If You Have Not Hired the Sales Representative Showing You Homes to Protect You and Your Family.

I would be happy to meet with you at your convenience.
Call anytime or send me a quick email.

Key Points in the Offer


Determining the Right Price. A comprehensive comparative market analysis determines today’s market value for the home.


A Buyer typically submits a deposit on the purchase of the property. It demonstrates the Buyer’s sincerity and good faith in the purchase transaction. When a deposit is to be delivered can vary at the discretion of the Buyer to be accepted or negotiated by the Seller.


 The party submitting the Offer to the other side agrees to allow the other side until this time and date to consider and accept the Offer. The submitting party is not permitted to withdraw their Offer prior to that time. The Seal beside their signature shows that the submitting party has received something of value for this irrevocable Offer.


This is the date the transaction is scheduled to be completed. Unless there is a provision elsewhere in the Agreement, the property is to be vacant. This date is not to be on a weekend or a statutory holiday.


In this section of the Agreement, the Buyer would list the items that the Buyer wished to include in the purchase price. Subject to the Seller’s agreement, these might include appliances, and other items that were not attached. To avoid disputes later the items should be described in detail. This might include GE Stove, Kenmore Refrigerator and might involve adding serial numbers. The rule to follow is “when in doubt, spell it out”.

Buying Made Simple

Discover how our full-service team takes care of every detail to deliver superior results and save you time and money.

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