In The Buyer Chronicles, you'll find relevant blogs and/or vlogs written and published by our agents that will help you through the home buying process. From how to get started, leading up to the negotiation process to get your offer accepted - we're with you every step of the way and we want to make sure you have a library of resources to get started.

Right now, our market is considered a low inventory market. That means that there are considerably more buyers (demand) than there are properties for sale (supply). And that means it’s a challenge to buy a home these days.

But don’t worry. With a little patience and flexibility, it’s possible! I also recommend doing the following to get a house right now

1. Work with a buyer’s agent

A real estate agent will make your life 100% easier and it’s free to you! Sellers pay agent commissions, so you get all the support, experience, and guidance of a real estate agent at no additional cost.

2. Set up new listing alerts

If there’s an area you have your heart set on, set up listing alerts through your agent’s app. You’ll get notified as soon as…

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You’re getting ready to start the home buying process, browsing through all the real estate websites to see what’s out there and have started your new home wish list. You’ve probably been getting advice from friends and family members about how to get a good deal and things you should do to avoid overpaying. Now you’re wondering how much do you actually offer on a house? Is there some kind of magic formula to follow or do you just throw out a number that you’re comfortable with? Here are a few things to consider before determining how much to offer on a house:

 Know the Market


Before even considering how much to offer on a home, it’s important that you’re familiar with the market you’re going to be looking in.

 The market can vary between…

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After helping many first-time homebuyers successfully buy their dream homes, I noticed something that I want to share with as many future first-time homebuyers as possible. What I noticed was that several of these buyers weren’t aware that they had the ability to use a buyer’s agent to represent them in one of the biggest purchases they will ever make.

I want to put this out there to help educate as many people as possible that you can and should have an agent who works for you when you are ready to buy a home because let’s be honest, buying a home involves a lot more steps than most people realize. So what does a buyer’s agent do? In a nutshell, they help you, the buyers; navigate the entire home buying process one step at a time. But let’s dive…

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Have you ever wondered why there are so many people involved when you Buy and Sell? What do they all do and how do they get paid? We get this question a lot from first-time homebuyers but also from people who have not bought or sold in a while, or the last time they did it was out of province or country. It is different everywhere, so make sure to check with your local Realtor.


Realtors: This can be a single agent or a team. It is best to get someone who knows the hyper-local market that you are Buying and Selling in. Usually, the Buyer has their Agent and the Seller has their own agent, and each works for a Real Estate Brokerage. This may be the same person, or the same Brokerage but that is called multiple Representation in Ontario and that…

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Congrats on your home purchase! This is a very exciting time and one you will hopefully look back on with fond memories! Now it’s time to take some pictures in front of the sold sign, pop open some champagne, line up the trucks for moving day and order the pizza because you are OFFICIALLY a homeowner. Before you do, here are five things you should do first:

Get to know your house:

Review your home inspection to be prepared for immediate fixes that may need to be completed right away. If they are big jobs, you will need to line up a contractor. If they are small, you can hit the hardware store to get your supplies ready for move-in/ repair day. Some people prefer or need to, t

o do the repairs BEFORE they move in and if it’s a busy season your…

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This day in age it is very easy to do things online. Literally there is an app for everything, even a virtual assistant! I think this has led to some wonderful conveniences that I many enjoy every day, but I also feel that it has led us down a slippery slope to an industry where there is less and less personal contact – In a service business!! I know, right? This is leaving people to feel they should buy homes on their own.

When people are buying houses and are going at it alone, without the proper information, or guidance it can be a very costly mistake….in a lot of ways. Yes, I know there’s a TON off apps to see which properties are available for sale and this is fantastic- seriously. As a Realtor I love them too. These apps do not give you sold…

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