Choosing your real estate professional is, perhaps, the most important decision you will make when buying property.  Buying a home can be an overwhelming process, getting poor information during the process.  We take pride in making sure you know your options and are kept informed throughout the whole process.  

However, no matter whom you choose, these simple tips will help you find and purchase the home of your dreams more quickly and efficiently.


If you're a first-time buyer you can find more information here.  

Buying your 1st home or next home should be exciting and fun. Our goal is to make this an enjoyable, stress-free, profitable experience for you.

By providing a high level of service, we strive to build a long term relationship with you as your Real Estate Agency.


Before you purchases be smart, there are a few things one needs to know and do:

  • Have a great agent who knows your needs and YOU, its your choice 
  • Instant communication can mean the difference in purchasing the property of your choice. 
  • Learn the financing basics, best home loans available to you. 
  • Try getting pre-approval prior to looking for your dream home, you will know your limit! 
  • Know what you want in your dream home, make sure its the one you want and suits all your needs, you dont want to make a wrong choice!  
  • Think about size, commute time, repairs, schools, recreation.....  Relook at your finances and make sure you can afford this commitment.


  • Pay down credit cards and don't apply for new ones.
  • Remember, financial institutions evaluate your financial situation on your gross monthly income. Your total monthly house costs should not exceed 28 percent of your gross monthly income.
  • Dont be hasty to purchase any home, just because of the market or the price.
  • Submit a strong competitive offer.
  • Try to minimize the number of contingencies as fewer contingencies mean a stronger offer.
  • Happy with your choice, give a 0.25% deposit to secure your dream home but exchange will need take place for this to take effect.
  • Arrange a building and Pest inspection
  • Bank Valuation
  • Check zoning regulations and covenants.
  • Good residential neighborhoods will be zoned to keep out commercial and industrial users.
  • Read any restrictive covenants and make sure they fit your lifestyle.
  • Read over the 149 certificate, make sure its with the contract.
  • Be sure it clearly marks boundaries.
  • Make sure you know what stays or goes.
  • Your contract should be very specific about which items (appliances, etc) are included in the sale.
  • Get agreements in writing.
  • Make certain verbal agreements are written into the final contract to avoid any stressful and expensive issues later.