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should you know when buying a property?
Buying a home is probably one of the most important financial decisions one can make. Besides looking for the home of your dreams there are many aspects to consider.
Often people forget that a home is also an investment. It is a capital investment that is non-taxable for years to come. Choose your investment wisely. Work with an agent who knows the area, who lives and works there:
* Predetermining financing is mandatory. Without knowing how much money you can access, it is impossible to select the property that is appropriate for you.
* Cost can vary from property to property. Some factors to consider are:
o Price of the property
o Deposit (5%-10%)
o Survey if needed (around $700)
o Legal costs ($500 +)
o Title Insurance if needed ($250)
o Land transfer taxes (Ontario and Toronto)
o Statement of Adjustment
o Home Inspection fee if needed
o Fire Insurance
Your real estate professional should be able to provide you with a list of professionals who offer many of the services listed above together with the names of mortgage brokers and landing institutions.
I would be happy to go through the list above with you and help you determine your options to find that perfect home. I work personally with my clients in order to make sure that their needs are meet. For your no obligation consultation, please contact me either by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or directly at 416-806-4253.
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|Eva Ballentine, RES Sales Representative @ Royal LePage Real Estate Serv. Ltd., Brk. 2320 Bloor St. W. Toronto, On M6S 1P2 416-762-8255 Dir: 416-806-4253|