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The Advantage of Getting Pre-Approved

One of the best things you can do to ensure you get the home you want is to arrange for financing before you go shopping. This is often referred to as getting “pre-approved”. Getting pre-approved simply means that your lender has calculated how much of a mortgage they’re willing to offer ...

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Understanding the Home Buying Process

The more you know about the best way to reach a goal, the more likely you are to get the result you want. So, whether you’re hunting for a new job, assembling a backyard BBQ, or training for a 3 mile run, you’ll want to use a proven process to ...

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Renovated Heart Lake Home in Brampton

Fully detached for only $589,900.00.  Will you wait to see it, it won't better call to day. Click the link below for pictues.  905-450-5500 http://listings.realbird.com/C7E6D7E8/475795.aspx   Brampton Home Just Renovated Better Than New Overview Maps Photos $589,900 Single Family Home Main Features 3 Bedrooms 1 Full Bathroom 1 Half Bathroom MLS #: W3881969 Location 46 Summertime Crt. Brampton, ON L6Z2B4 Canada Al and Peggy ...

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Will Your Furniture Fit?

When shopping for a new house or condo, most buyers consider such factors as proximity to schools, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, size of the kitchen, and more. These are, of course, all important considerations. But there’s one question that few buyers ask – until it’s too late. “Will our ...

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Why Do You Need to Avoid Overpricing Your Home?

Why Do You Need to Avoid Overpricing Your Home? One of the biggest mistakes home sellers make is what I like to call the overpricing issue. While it’s tempting to put a high price on your home and either negotiate down with a buyer or test the market, you really want to ...

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Should You Accept A “Conditional” Offer?

There’s no doubt about it. The best kind of offer is a “firm” offer. The buyer offers you a certain price for your property and, should you accept it, the deal is done. Congratulations. You’ve just sold your house! But more often than not, an offer is “conditional”. That means the ...

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