Are you thinking about buying a home?

There’s a big checklist to go over when buying a home: school rankings, traffic patterns, noise level, Walk Score, crime rates, nearby amenities, the process can be overwhelming.

What's the best way to start a home search?

Before you start clicking through new home listings on realtor.ca, save yourself time upfront. Make sure you’ve pre-approved by a reputable lender that knows our local market. Knowing what you are able to afford before you begin searching saves time and energy. I can recommend a handful of trusted lenders whom I have worked with on numerous successful transactions for our mutual clients.

Do you have two lists?

Houses are as different as people, and finding the right fit can be challenging.

The best approach is to make two lists.

One list is for your needs. These are things you absolutely need in a house to even consider buying it.

The other list is for your wants. These are nice features that you’d like, but they aren’t absolutely crucial.

What’s on your lists?

Which neighbourhood is right for you?

Commuting can be a big deal in a home purchase decision. Sometimes finding a home in the right location can be harder than you think.

Finding the right neighbourhood – a place that works for you, your family, your job, your hobbies and your priorities – can be challenging.

That’s where I come in. I’m your neighbourhood expert. I’ll help you find a place that’s perfect for you and yours.

You’ve found the Perfect home. Now what?

The forms are daunting and seem never ending. The liabilities are huge. But there’s a big difference between making an offer and making the right offer.

As your local Real Estate Broker, I will explain everything and handle the paperwork and negotiations for you. I’ve had years of experience negotiating successfully for my clients and millions of dollars worth of sales to show for it. Let me help you with your purchase, I will make it as simple and stress free as possible.