Customer Benefits & FAQs

Customer Benefits

In my entire real estate career, I have never asked my customers to sign a Buyers Representation Agreement, making them free of choosing another agent, if they do not like my service.

During my interactions with my prospective customers, I carefully study their needs, likes, dislikes and affordability. This approach helps me suggest a suitable property for the customer and identify the best in a limited time frame – be it a condo, town home, semi/full detached or a custom home.

No homes are 100% perfect for a family, there’ll be advantages and limitations. I always ensure I disclose the limitations, more importantly, to the customers before making a purchase decision.

To me, my customers are not just customers, they are my extended family members. They have the liberty to call me any time for any of their needs, regardless of time or topic. For home issues, I’ve a standby team of contractors/engineers who can attend the issue within no time.

Sales By Area

Peel Region

45.8

York Region

17.6

Toronto Region

22.3

Durham Region

14.3
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Frequently Asked Questions

The answer to the question is YES! There are tons of reasons why you should talk with a bank and get pre-approved before looking at homes. First and foremost, talking with a bank before looking at homes can help you understand exactly how much you can afford.There is no reason to look at homes that are listed for $250,000 if you can only afford up to $200,000.

When you work with a real estate agent, their fees almost always come from the proceeds of the sale of the home. This means that the agents only get paid, when the home actually sells. If you do purchase a home with an agent, they will get paid after the sale of the home closes, by the seller.

Saving for the down payment is the greatest obstacle for first-time homebuyers. Lenders expect between 5% to 20% for a down payment. It varies according to the lender’s requirements, and the type and length of the loan. Make a budget, set a goal, and stick with the plan. Saving and sacrificing is how most people come up with their first down payment.

A credit score numerically summarizes an individual’s credit history and gives a snapshot of their financial standing to a lender. Mortgage lenders use the score to decide who receives loans and at what interest rate. The higher the score means the better the chance of getting a loan with an attractive interest rate.