Friday, August 2, 2019     Judy Marsales      General Real Estate Advice

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Our wonderful age of technology with a platform of endless information from every corner of the world, allows us to be better informed then we arguably have ever been.

But does all this information equate to specific professional knowledge supported by current experience on which to make a good real estate decision? There are so many variables to consider when buying or selling a home.

What are your personal likes and dislikes in a home? Which neighbourhoods feel comfortable and the right fit for your stage of life? The changing financial real estate dynamics and the current economic considerations should also be considered.

For example, are you familiar with the new First Time Home Buyer Incentive Program offered by the Government of Canada? Would that program fit your plans?

Another recent report identified that the Hamilton-Burlington market showed a 6% increase currently in the “Sellers Market strength” over last year. Very interesting information when considering how to price your home.

Every home owner wants the best price that the market will deliver. And every buyer wants the lowest price they can negotiate. A professional can assist you in navigating between these two points of consideration.

Your home buying or selling is a very personal decisions. Stay informed but always check the relevancy of the information. My advice is to use a professional real estate sales representative who has the knowledge, experience and personal perspective on our local real estate market to guide you to a successful outcome and a happy decision.

Call, email, or drop by our office to talk about the significant, relevant and current real estate information.

Written by: Judy Marsales, Broker of Record

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