Should you still buy the unit?
After two full weekends of viewing condos, you finally find the home of your dreams. Well, almost. The home is terrific except for one nagging issue: The kitchen is old and will need a renovation - and that may be a costly project.
Should you still buy the unit?
Buying or selling a home seems to be a way of life for a lot of people in today's world. When you buy, you definitely want to get the most for your money. Many people think they can go it alone when it comes to buying or selling a house, and it's definitely true that some people are able to handle all the details of buying and selling a home or property, but in reality the real estate process is intricate and requires a lot of knowledge about the local real estate market, contracts, escrow, appraisals and referrals. While some home owners and buyers are in a position to go it alone, for those intimidated by the market or those who don't have the time or energy to sell or buy a home on their own, here are some reasons why it's a smart move to use a real estate agent during your next real estate transaction.
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Toronto Real Estate Board President Paul Etherington announced 11,706 sales reported by Greater Toronto REALTORS® in May 2015. This result was up by 6.3 per cent in comparison to 11,013 sales reported in May 2014. For the TREB market area as a whole, sales were up for all major housing types. However, in the City of Toronto, where the supply of low-rise listings has been constrained, sales were down for detached homes.
Building Amenities: Residents will have access to a fully equipped fitness centre. The 12th-floor lounge and rooftop patio features a gourmet hosting kitchen and dining lounge with stone countertops and bar seating. There's a billiards table, outdoor barbecue stations and charging stations for electric cars.
Location & Transportation: The building is in the heart of desirable Bayview Village, adjacent to the Bayview TTC bus route and a short walk to the Sheppard subway line. Motorist are a minute from Highway 401. Commuters can be in the downtown core within 30 minutes.
In the Neighbourhood: The location is super convenient for shopping, with the Bayview Village shopping centre directly across the street. The community is surrounded by a variety of schools, shops, eateries, parks and services. It's a short walk to Hawksbury Park, Bayview Village Park and Rean Park.
If you or your friends or family are looking to buy or sell, we would be thrilled to help you. It’s what we do. And we have been told we do it very well. Call us! You can reach Rhonda at 416-441-2888 ext 334 or Perry at 416-543-9639.
Toronto Real Estate Board President Paul Etherington announced that Greater Toronto Area REALTORS® reported 8,940 sales in March 2015. This result represented an 11 per cent increase compared to March 2014. Sales were up for most major home types, both in the City of Toronto and the surrounding regions. New listings were also up, but by a lesser 5.5 per cent, indicating tighter market conditions.
We will get you through all the documents step by step. That's our job and we do it well. If you are thinking of making a move, give us a call!