Most people want to gather as much information as they can before they make a decision. Let’s be honest, asking Google for an answer is something we all do, likely on a daily basis! However, it’s so important to make sure you’re getting accurate and up to date information that’s relevant to your particular situation.


This is certainly true when it comes to real estate and making the decision to sell your home. You absolutely don’t want to make decisions about listing your home based on bad information. Not only can this have financial implications, but it can also make the process longer, more stressful, and you’ll end up with results that weren’t at all what you were looking for.


Sue Heddle Homes Provides the Real Estate Information You Need

 

As a trusted Oakville realtor with more than a decade of experience, Sue Heddle Homes can help you wade through all the information that’s out there about the...

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House hunting can be a very exciting time, but it can also be a stressful time – especially if you're completely unprepared!  When you decide you are ready to start touring homes, make sure you start the process with a plan in hand.  By taking the time to get organized before you start, you will save yourself time and money and make the process much more enjoyable.


So, let’s take a look at what NOT to do!


1.     Not having your financing in order.

 

How can you really know what price you can afford without being pre-approved for a mortgage?  Sellers may actually be scared away by your offer without pre-approval as they will assume you aren’t really a serious contender. There were some big changes to mortgages recently, so be sure you know where you stand before you start shopping for your next home.


2.     House hunting on your own.

 

If you are serious about buying a house, you...

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