Posts Tagged: house

Should I Lowball the Asking Price?

Today we are going to talk about some interesting negotiation techniques. When you work with a real estate agent to buy your home, you are building a team to work on your behalf and your financial interests in a real estate transaction. Sometimes your Realtor will advise you, given the context of the home sale, to go… Read more »

Home Ownership in 2019 – Mission Possible

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If you haven’t gotten on the first rung of the property ladder yet, the holidays are a perfect time to make a game plan for buying in the New Year. After all the hustle and bustle of holiday shopping, parties and family time starts to wind down, sit down with your laptop and a cup… Read more »

TIPS: Moving From a Condo to a House

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Thinking of moving from your smaller condo into a single-family home? Read on and find out what to expect. Thinking about making the leap from condo living to single-family homeownership? Read on. We’ve helped many clients when moving from a condo to a house so we thought we’d share the main benefits of making this… Read more »

Gaelen Patrick – Gay Toronto Real Estate Agent

Gaelen Patrick - Toronto Gay Realtor

Periodically we’ll feature one of our real estate professionals here to let our readers know about some great Realtors, Mortgage Brokers, and Other Real Estate Professionals: I’m Gaelen Patrick, and I am a full time Gay Real Estate salesperson working with Sutton Group Realty focusing on the downtown Toronto Real Estate Market. I’m very well… Read more »

Alaska House Makes Changes to Real Estate Laws

The Alaska House of Representatives approved a bill Friday making several changes to real estate law, including barring licensed real estate assistants from working for more than one broker. House Bill 267, co-sponsored by Rep. Cathy Munoz, R-Juneau, passed unanimously, but not without some legislative politics. Munoz described the bill as the top priority of… Read more »