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HOME SELLING TIPS: The *Best* Home Staging Advice

 

HOME SELLING TIPS: How to Get the Most Money for YOUR Home!

HOME SELLING TIPS: How to Get the Most Money for YOUR Home!

In this video, our partners at the design team of Rooms in Bloom Home Staging and Design show you their GREATEST home staging tips. When I list your home to sell I pay these delightful designers (Alana and Heather) to help you get your home pimped to the max. We get the most money for our listings when they have the “magic wand” from Rooms in Bloom waved over them first!

When we prepare your home to sell right the first time, we get the maximum exposure AND the maximum dollar for your home. Find out the most effective home staging tips by watching the video below:

 

Find out how I’ve helped more than 2,500 families buy and sell homes in Kitchener-Waterloo by getting a copy of my free eBook here. Also for more great real estate videos you won’t find anywhere else, subscribe to my YouTube channel. I love to share my expert knowledge so if you have any real estate questions feel free to call me at 310-SOLD or email me at mark@maurerteam.com.

Mold Facts and Myths Every Homeowner Should Understand

Our good friends at Restoration 1 Kitchener have spent a great deal of time dealing with mold caused by water damage AND the myths and misconceptions surrounding mould. Recently it occurred to them that they should collect some of the most repeated of their little nuggets of mouldy wisdom into an article of some kind, so that they could get the word out to even more people. The following was written by these fine folks – we thought it would be useful to you as a homeowner in Waterloo Region.

There Are Different Types of Mold

Not All Black Mould is Bad

There has been a lot written and talked about over the last few years regarding black mould and how dangerous it is to both your house in Kitchener-Waterloo and your health. And there are such things as toxic moulds and yes, a lot of them are black. But not all black moulds are toxic.

The fact is that mould comes in all kinds of colours. We’ve seen white mould, bright yellow mould, brown mould, green mould, mould that is the kind of delicate pink that would actually make a rather nice paint colour and everything in between.

Whether or not a mould is toxic depends upon its chemical makeup, not on its colour. So if the mould you find in your home is black don’t panic and make plans to leave town immediately just yet. Call in a company like Restoration 1 Kitchener to come and perform professional mould testing to find out what kind of mould it really is, regardless of its hue.

Bleach Kills Mould. NOT.

OK, we admit it, this is the myth that drives us nuts. No, whatever you read online, or saw on a late night infomercial, bleach does not kill mould. It bleaches it, which means you probably won’t be able to see it anymore. It’s still there though and in fact it is probably really enjoying the tasty bleach you just fed it because that actually makes mould stronger and more resistant. There are indeed solutions that kill mould but bleach isn’t one of them.

Keeping an Area Dry Will Not Kill Existing Mould

OK, so you found a big patch of mould, figured out the problem was your leaky showerhead, had the local plumber come in and fix that and now everything should be great, the mould will go away.

Well no, it won’t. We all know that mould needs excess moisture to grow, but once it is past its ‘toddler’ stage, which only takes a few days, it can survive very well on the moisture in the air, and the air is moist everywhere. The less powerful ‘nutrition’ will probably mean that the existing mould won’t grow or spread very fast, but it will still have the ‘strength’ to carry on doing what it always has, eating away at whatever surface it calls home.

Initial Mould Testing is Not Invasive or Intrusive

In order to perform a mould test in your home we, or any other professional mould remediation service, are not going to come in armed with scissors and hammers to rip up your carpets or knock holes in your walls. Our testing methods are seriously more advanced than that and we can get to the root of any problem without creating a mess of any kind.

You Can Recover the Value of Your Property After a Serious Mould Problem

A serious mould problem is just that, serious, but it does not mean that all is lost or that your home is now ‘damaged goods’ that can never be resold for its proper value. As long as the mould remediation service you use is properly certified and experienced – ie a company like Restoration 1 Kitchener – and the problem, has been solved no one will ever be able to really tell it existed in the first place.

Any Home Can Fall Victim to Mould, However New and Clean

Contrary to popular opinion, mould, even though it is indeed a living organism, does not discriminate. Give it what it needs to grow and it will grow, even if your house is only six months old and a cleaning lady comes in every day.

Find out how I’ve helped more than 2,000 families buy and sell homes in Kitchener-Waterloo by getting a copy of my free eBook here. Also for great real estate videos you won’t find anywhere else, subscribe to my YouTube channel. I love to share my expert knowledge so if you have any real estate questions feel free to call me at 310-SOLD or email me at mark@maurerteam.com.

6 Factors That Lead to Overpricing Your Home

Overpricing Your Kitchener-Waterloo Home Has Negative Effects

There Are Good Reasons NOT to Overprice Your Home

Overpricing your home for sale in Kitchener or Waterloo is not only a promise for headaches down the road but can actually contribute selling your home below market value. One of the most, if not the most crucial factors contributing to the successful sale of any property is – PRICE. If priced correctly, your Kitchener-Waterloo home stands the best chance of attracting potential buyers during its first few weeks on the market. This will eventually lead to your home selling at the price that it’s worth.

 Consider the factors we have outlined below and avoid them at all costs. If you can avoid these factors you will prevent the disappointment, financial loss and stress that can accompany an overpriced home that has gone stale.

Factors That Lead to Overpricing Your Home

Poorly Executed Comparative Market Analysis (CMA)

If you are a homeowner wanting to put your house on the market, there are several things to keep in mind when a professional Realtor presents you with a Comparative Market Analysis. For starters, CMAs will vary from agent to agent and the content of the CMA will differ in depth and quality. Additionally, a CMA is by its very nature, a tool used by some agents to convince you to hire him or her to list your home by essentially telling you what you want to hear.

To find out what should be included in a quality CMA, read out our article here.

Misinterpreted Sentimental Value

One problem homeowners often run into (and sometimes realtors) is the idea that the emotional value and attachment felt by the homeowner can be transferred into a monetary one. Bob Villa touches on this point in his blog post, 12 Reasons Why Your House Isn’t Selling. As Bob notes,“…If you’re not emotionally ready to pull up stakes, then hold off on listing your home.”

For Sale By Owner

A homeowner who starts out hoping to save some money might also run into the dangers of overpricing when trying to sell their home. This is because they do not have the expertise and professionalism of an experienced Real Estate Agent. In her article Why For-Sale-By-Owner Sales Fail, Michele Lerner lists the disadvantages of selling your own home. Some of the disadvantages Michele suggests include: the limited access to current reliable market information available to the general public; the inability to view the homeowner’s property objectively; and the lack of professional experience in negotiating real estate contracts as

Unnecessary or Expensive Renovations

Determining the value that a renovation or upgrade will add to a home is a complicated and layered issue and should be taken into consideration when deciding to perform any renovations. Attempting to inflate your asking price to make up for a renovation that added no real value to your home will lead to disappointment and worse, financial ruin. We suggest that you read this article in the Globe and Mail that includes renovation recommendations from our favourite Real Estate Lawyer, Mark Weisleder: Six Renovations That Don’t Add Value to Your Home. If you are considering making any major renovations for the purpose of increasing your home’s value, check with your Realtor first to be sure that your efforts will result in a financial gain rather than loss for you, when it’s time to sell.

Plans for Bargaining

Homeowners wanting to sell their house in Waterloo Ontario who believe that they can overprice their homes at the beginning with plans of lowering it later will be met with disappointment. Interest and activity surrounding the listing of a home burns out after a short period of time. By the time your home has been listed for a few weeks, then you decide to lower your price, your most suitable potential buyers have already overlooked your home based on the inflated price. The real estate market has a low tolerance for over-priced homes. Don’t make the mistake of pricing your home for sale too high yourself, or allowing a fast-talking Real Estate Agent to promise you more than the market can bear. You will be the loser in the end.

Overpricing to Make Up for Overpaying

Another factor that can contribute to the overpricing of a house for sale in Kitchener-Waterloo is when a homeowner bought the home for more than its market value and then attempts to recover their loss. Whatever the reason, a poor investment, inexperienced Realtor or no Realtor at all – the fact of the matter is that overpricing your home is one of the worst home-selling mistakes you can make. If it’s really important to you to move right now, you would be better served to cut your losses and buy smarter the second time around.

Finding the right price when wanting to sell your house in Kitchener-Waterloo is no easy task and should never be taken lightly. Trusted professionals, like the agents we have as part of The Mark Maurer Team are here to protect your interests and ensure the best possible deal can be made for both the home owner and the home buyer.

To learn how to price your home right, watch my video below:

Find out how I’ve helped more than 2,000 families buy and sell homes in Kitchener-Waterloo by getting a copy of my free eBook here. Also for great real estate videos you won’t find anywhere else, subscribe to my YouTube channel. I love to share my expert knowledge so if you have any real estate questions feel free to call me at 310-SOLD or email me at mark@maurerteam.com.

Preparing to Buy a House in Kitchener-Waterloo: A Quick-Prep Guide!

Kitchener-Waterloo Home Buying Guide

Home Buying Guide

You’ve spent hours dreaming about the possibilities involved. Maybe you’re envisioning a fireplace in the living room. Perhaps a nice sunroom and reading area. And well, that perfect little breakfast nook would be nice! After the dreams, though, reality begins to sink in. Looking to buy a house in Kitchener-Waterloo Ontario is a huge life step, and it takes a bit of preparation before you can even start the shopping process. With so much to think about and do, where should you focus your energy? We have compiled a quick guide to help you prepare to buy a house in Kitchener or Waterloo Ontario.

Down Payment Funds

The majority of potential homeowners can’t afford the entire purchase price of a home upfront, so a mortgage is typically necessary. Depending on your credit history, down payment requirements can vary from bank to bank but they’re usually about ten percent of the purchase price. Saving that money for your down payment is an absolute must. You may even want to set up a separate account to help you keep back the funds you need for the home of your dreams. The more you add to that account on a regular basis, the better off you will be when going to potential lenders when it’s time to obtain a mortgage for your home.

Prepare Your Credit

There aren’t many lending companies and banks that will offer you a mortgage without the right credit score, and it may take some work to get there. If you currently have a problematic credit score, you may want to sit down with a loan officer now to look at what you can do to improve it before you’re ready to buy. Simple steps like checking your credit report often, paying bills on time, paying down credit cards and/or loan balances, and dealing with any problem credit report entries is an absolute must. A credit counselor can help guide you with regard to any other steps you may want to take.

Save for Additional Expenses

The cost of the down payment and closing expenses are hardly all you’re going to be facing with a house purchase. There are always little things that come up when you get ready to buy a home. Having funds set aside specifically to deal with those issues has to factor into your readiness checklist. Think about the cost of the move, any repairs you might want to do to the home, and any additional furniture you may need to purchase once you move in.

Understand Financial Terminology

Mortgage loans are steeped in financial terms, and it can take some time to get your bearings in this overwhelming arena. Learning as much as you can about mortgages and the terms a loan officer might use as he or she is getting ready to offer you a deal, is essential. You need to become familiar with the types of mortgages available, the terms they use to describe them, and what’s required in order to obtain each type. Most banks have first time home buyer guides posted to their websites to help make sense of terms like APR and Good Faith Estimate. It’s still a good idea to utilize a variety of resources to ensure you get the best possible picture of what you’re going to be expected to have knowledge of.  Waterloo Region mortgage broker Rosanna Congi has a Mortgage Glossary you can access on her website.

Consider Various Housing Types

Your dreams may be big, but you have to think about the housing types available in the Kitchener-Waterloo neighborhood in which you want to live. Single-family homes are great, but in some cases condos can offer many of the same amenities with lower costs. Investment properties that include multi-family housing that may allow you to live in one unit while you play the role of landlord for the other unit(s) could be the right choice for you as well. The goal is to understand what is available and what can meet your dreams.

Find the Right Realtor

Not all real estate agents are created equal. There are many in Kitchener-Waterloo who will help you find exactly what you need and others who leave you feeling somewhat disappointed. You want to find a Realtor® who will help you find just what you want in a home, not what they want to sell you. Conducting your own research is always helpful. You may want to consider a team versus a singular agent. You need help and advice immediately. With an individual agent you’re likely to stay in a holding pattern while he or she helps other clients. With a team, you’ll always have access to a professional Realtor® who is familiar with your situation.

Although “right now” may not be the “right time” for you to buy a house in Kitchener-Waterloo, preparing yourself both physically and mentally for the world of home ownership can take a bit of time. The longer you give yourself, the more likely it is that you’ll truly be ready when the time comes.

Find out how I’ve helped more than 2,000 families buy and sell homes in Kitchener-Waterloo by getting a copy of my free eBook here. Also for great real estate videos you won’t find anywhere else, subscribe to my YouTube channel. I love to share my expert knowledge so if you have any real estate questions feel free to call me at 310-SOLD or email me at mark@maurerteam.com.

Where to Golf in Waterloo Region

Golf Courses in Waterloo Region

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It’s a way to spend that perfect Saturday afternoon. The ideal way to connect with your prospective or existing clients. A level of stress relief you can’t find anywhere else. When the course is right, the feel of near perfection is at hand. The wrong course can result in a sense of unsettling frustration. Every area has great golf courses – some leave you wanting something a little more. Kitchener-Waterloo is a little different in that regard. We have golf courses for every skill and enjoyment level. Are you searching for the course that will leave you with a feeling of elation that lasts for days? We have compiled a list of the more popular ones you may want to try.

Brookfield Golf and Country Club

Although a much smaller option, Brookfield remains one of the most gorgeous golf courses in Waterloo Region. With nine holes available, there are a number of different options if you’re looking to play a full round of 18 holes. You may think this would prove to be a drawback for some golfers, but there is real appeal for this course. With the beautiful rolling terrain, each hole offers some real challenges. Add in the wide, tree-lined fairways to the mix, and throw in twenty-three possible water hazards, and you have the ideal spot for both novice and advanced golfers alike. Brookfield golf course was established in 1965 and is suitable for golfers of all skill levels.

Deer Ridge Golf Club

As you search for a course that can challenge golfers at a variety of skill levels simultaneously, you may want to try Deer Ridge. Thomas McBroom designed this golf course as a par 72 course with 72 strategically-placed bunkers and generous greens. A private club, members here enjoy guaranteed walk-on times and the challenge of a well-maintained course. It’s an exclusive atmosphere few other clubs in Waterloo Region can match.

Doon Valley and Rockway Golf Clubs

One of the oldest courses in Waterloo Region, the Rockway Golf Course was established and designed in 1935 by architect Stan Sharpe. A now mature course, Rockway proves a challenge to golfers at almost any level. This golf course is fully public; the only trouble you’ll have here on any given day is getting a tee-time. Almost always there are large numbers of golf enthusiasts who want to play on this course.

Dundee Golf and Country Club

This course was established more than four decades ago by architect Tony Matlock and remains more challenging than ever. A beautiful setting with a total yardage of 6,357 yards, Dundee is a championship- level course. Large and beautiful trees dot the course, and a number of ponds throughout the course raise the level of play up a bit. Like Rockway, it too is a public golf club designed for golfers at all levels, but just a little more challenging, making it just right for advanced players.

Grey Silo Golf Course

Located in Waterloo, Grey Silo is a scenic beauty that is long and challenging, making for the perfect full-day golf outing. With the Grand River in the background and serious play in front of you, it’s a circuit you won’t soon forget. Established in 2001 and crafted by architect Steve Young, the view from any spot on the course is absolutely stunning, and amenities and service abound back at the clubhouse. This is an exceptionally long course, so a cart is probably essential unless you’re also there for the hike. Endlessly well-manicured, the course at Grey Silo is smooth and gorgeous.

Merry Hill Golf Club

If executive length golf is your style, this is the ideal spot to meet your needs. A 27-hole course surrounded by the quiet of the countryside, this is a great course that has proven popular since it opened in 1967. Perfect for beginners or those looking for a great place to take clients, the Merry Hill course maintenance here is outstanding and the setting is beautiful.

Mystic Golf Club

According to their management, Mystic Golf Course in Ancaster is different from the rest in Waterloo Region and they brag that it is also quite special. Mystic offers a unique experience for the more serious and passionate golfer. According to their website, “The par-3s and par-5s at Mystic offer contrasting risks and rewards. And while nearly every par-4 is a dogleg and most involve elevation changes, no two holes are even remotely similar in distance or design, offering an unlimited assortment of shot-making decisions. There are no blind tee shots, no tricked-up holes. A lot of dirt was moved to make sure the layout was straight-forward, 3-thousand tons of Pro-Angle bunker sand was brought in from Ohio, and an expansive drainage and irrigation system ensures an extremely challenging round whenever you’re ready to be tested.” If that’s not enough to entice you then maybe the fact that Mystic presents 18 individual trials of ball striking and strategy will stir your curiosity.

Westmount Golf and Country Club

With a #12 ranking in the SCOREGolf Top 100 list of courses in the country, expectations have to be high walking into this course. Fortunately, it will go well beyond meeting your expectations. Designed by Stanley Thompson, championship level play combined with beauty and a higher level of maintenance shapes Westmount, which is one of the best private courses in Waterloo Region. A trial golf membership is available for those interested in the facilities for dining and socializing.

For golfers wishing to improve their golfing skills, we recommend checking out Golf Without Limits in Waterloo. At this practice facility, which is open each year from November to April, you can improve your golf game by playing on the Simulator (a big projector screen with a variety of courses played online). The simulation system at Golf Without Limits allows you to adjust external forces that occur in real life such as how fast/strong the wind is blowing. All of your games are registered electronically so that each time you return to play, you will know how your performance compares and improves over time.

Golfing opportunities in the Kitchener-Waterloo area are robust and extensive. With nearly a hundred courses throughout the Western Ontario region in both public and private settings, there are few places in Canada where so many choices are this widely available.

Whether you’re simply visiting Waterloo Region or home shopping and you want to make sure the best golfing amenities are nearby, we’ve got you covered!

Find out how I’ve helped more than 2,000 families buy and sell homes in Kitchener-Waterloo by getting a copy of my free eBook here. Also for more great real estate videos you won’t find anywhere else, subscribe to my YouTube channel. I love to share my expert knowledge so if you have any real estate questions feel free to call me at 310-SOLD or email me at mark@maurerteam.com.

 

Which Renovations Should You Consider Before You Sell Your Home?

Which Renovations Give the Best Return on Investment?

Which Renovations Give the Best Return on Investment?

Like many homeowners in the Kitchener and Waterloo area who are considering selling your home, you are probably thinking about which renos you should do before listing your home for sale. Some renovations are completed in hopes of increasing overall sale price, but are you confused as to which renovations will actually get a good return for your investment? What are potential buyers looking for most? What helps pay those renovation bills in the long run? Let’s take a look at a few of your options.

  • Curb Appeal Projects: From something as simple as replacing your front door to replacing all of the siding on your home, curb appeal projects add serious value to your home. One report suggested that worn siding alone can make your home lose up to 10% of its value, and full siding replacement is near the top of the projects with the highest return on investment.
  • Kitchen Remodel: Think smaller here instead of bigger. While those dream kitchens you see plastered on every home magazine on the shelf and on Pinterest seem like a great idea, they’re also incredibly expensive. You may want to update your kitchen somewhat to make sure it looks like the hub of your home. It should look attractive, clean, and modern. Beyond that, don’t waste your money.
  • Outdoor Living Space: People are looking to be outside more than ever before, and these days, creating a gorgeous outdoor living space can really add to the value of your home in Waterloo Ontario. Build a deck if you don’t already have one, throw in an inexpensive outdoor fireplace for cool fall nights, brighten up your lawn furniture with colourful pillows, and you have a winning addition home buyers are going to love again and again.
  • Tackle that Bathroom: According to HGTV, inn the hottest housing markets, springing for a kitchen or bath remodel is a sure-fire investment, often returning more than 100 percent of the cost. People consistently rate a bathroom remodel at the top of the list, and for good reason. A beautiful bathroom is a selling point for many buyers in Kitchener-Waterloo. As with the kitchen, don’t get too carried away. A small bit of luxury in the bathroom can go a long way toward adding to your listing price.

No matter which renovations you actually choose to complete, there are several things to remember about handling this process in general. In order to prevent anything from going awry, ensuring you have as much knowledge as possible at the outset can be quite helpful.

  • Check Your Contractor’s References: The importance of this step cannot be understated. If you’re seriously considering hiring someone to handle the bigger projects such as your kitchen renovation, new bathroom, or your add-on, you’ll want to ask how long the company has been in business and ask for references of past customers. The next step is the most important – CALL THEM! Ask if the work was completed on time and on budget. Go out and take a look so you can judge the workmanship for yourself. It’s the single best way to see exactly whom you’re hiring. In addition to checking those references, be sure you look into the contractor’s licensing and whether or not they’re insured and bonded against damage. You may also want to run a credit check on the contractor to get some additional information.
  • Learn More About Permits: In almost every renovation situation, at least one permit is going to be needed somewhere along the way. If you have a contractor who tells you one isn’t required, you may want to find another contractor. Wondering why it’s so important? If you have the permits on file before the work begins, you can be sure the city you live in will complete a full inspection after the work is done. That will help protect you in the event the title insurance company asks to see the permit and inspection paperwork before you can actually close the sale on your home when the time comes.
  • Don’t Go For Cash: Some contractors offer to do a cash deal to help you save a little money. Don’t! It’s against the law and you don’t have any proof of payment if the contractor doesn’t fulfill his end of the bargain. Saving a few bucks now is not worth the court costs you may have to pay later.
  • Don’t Pay In Full Up Front: For best workmanship, you will want to create a payment plan that is tied to the milestones involved in the project. It is recommended that you put no more than 10% down on any project, and then pay out a little at a time as the contractor completes certain aspects of the project. That way, you won’t lose much if something happens to the deal.
  • Get It In Writing: It doesn’t matter what the “it” turns out to be, make sure you have everything in writing. You want a written contract that spells out everything the two of you have agreed to, the stages of work, and the associated payments with each stage. You also want any special options you’ve included in writing, like those special drawer pulls or that particular paint color. Finally, make sure there’s language included about clean up and repair. Renovations can be an excellent way to increase the value of your home, but finding the right combination of that great renovation project and a good contractor is essential.

For smaller renovation projects we have personally worked with and recommend Kris Kostecki in Kitchener. Kris performs work on: flooring; tiling, interior doors and trim; interior and exterior painting; drywall and taping; and bathroom renovations. You can reach Kris at 519.781.9311.

If you would like a FREE Market Evaluation of your home or you would like to learn more about the process of selling your home in Waterloo Region, I would love to talk to you. You can call me at 310-SOLD or email me at mark@maurerteam.com. For more home selling tips you won’t find anywhere else, subscribe to my YouTube channel.

Buying and Selling Homes in Waterloo, Ontario

REAL ESTATE IN WATERLOO ONTARIO

REAL ESTATE IN WATERLOO ONTARIO

 

Buying a home is one of the biggest financial moves any one will ever make in their lifetime. Full of opportunities and anticipation, this decision is majorly exciting because it’s a chance to pursue your dreams, establish sturdy roots and take the first step to your journey to financial security. Ontario is one of the best places to be purchasing or selling property and assets for a variety of reasons.

Advanced Land Registration Systems

Ontario has one of the most advanced and updated land registration systems in the world today. The titling is relatively simpler to transfer or search. There are even opportunities where you can transfer titles electronically even though some areas still hold traditional methods dear. This makes the whole process extremely easy when compared to other locations. The minute details and tedious technicalities become easier to handle when you have a modernized system like in Waterloo or Kitchener, Ontario.

Availability of Title Insurance Policies

At least four individual insurers are available for title insurance in Ontario along with the conservative method of solicitor certification. This effectively provides wider protection at much lower costs and is very useful when it comes to protection against land fraud.

Competent Professionals

Ontario bankers, mortgage brokers, real estate lawyers and home inspectors servicing the property sector are all well regulated professionals that have spent a valuable amount of time in the property industry. There are obviously also some unscrupulous agents as well, so you need to make the right selection.

Reasonable Costs

The expenditure of selling, purchasing and owning existing property is comparatively much more reasonable than any other place. The mortgage rates have been astoundingly low for at least three years now and the lenders are usually paid for searching for the most competitive mortgage rates for the home buyer. Since there is a lot of competition, the lawyer’s fee and other reimbursements are much more affordable.

Protection Plan for New Property Buyers

For protection against corrupt vendors, Ontario has a protection plan that offers new buyers security, called Tarion. The plan provides guarantees to buyers that secure them against a variety of problems that may occur.

Mortgage Insurance Programs

These special programs have been designed to aid customers with a small or no down payment at the time of purchasing a home. These programs allow them to qualify for mortgages that they would not be able to obtain otherwise.

For Non-Canadian Residents

There are absolutely no hidden taxes or penalties for U.S. or non-Canadian home buyers in Ontario. If the buyer is not a resident of the country yet, there may be capital gain taxes that require being paid.

Thousands of people have bought homes in Kitchener and waterloo and found the process extremely easy and satisfying. It’s as simple as one, two, and three.

  • Choose a property that fits your price range in Ontario
  • Find an offer to sign that offers protection to you and acceptable for vendor
  • Close the deal and move in

It is necessary that you research beforehand to get informed about how the process works and find yourself a competent team of inspectors, brokers, and lenders that can help you with any issues that may arise when you venture out to purchase property in Waterloo and Kitchener, Ontario. For more home selling tips you won’t find anywhere else, subscribe to my YouTube channel.