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Tips for Buying a Home

In the following reports, you'll find some information to start you on your way to making a wise buying decision.  We'll take you through the planning process to help you determine which home is right for you. 

If you're done reading and you're ready to start your home search, view our listings or contact us and we can set up a personalized email system to send you the newest listings.

Please contact us if you have any questions about buying a home or the Brantford real estate market. 519-751-2345


Your Home Buying Team
When buying a home, you’ll need a team of professionals to help you on your way from viewing new homes, making the offer and closing the deal. Here are some of the key professionals you’ll need on board.
What Can You Afford?
There are more expenses to consider when buying a home than just the purchase price. This article will help you be prepared to meet those financial responsibilities.
Choosing the Right Neighbourhood
How desirable a home is has a lot to with its’ location. Your current and future lifestyle and needs should be considered when buying a home. Here are some things to keep in mind.
Importance of a Home Inspection
When viewing a house, it’s impossible to catch every little detail. This is especially true in regards to construction, and other home system including wiring and plumbing. Having a home inspection can help protect you from unpleasant surprises once you move in.
Arranging a Mortgage
Financing can be a confusing prospect for buyers. This article explains some of the more common terms used when considering a mortgage.
Closing the Deal
You've put in your offer, now what? There's more to be done before that house is yours and it requires several professionals to get the job done. Here are some guidelines on what to do next.
Glossary of Terms
With so many terms floating around regarding real estate, it can be hard knowing what’s what. Here’s a basic guide to help clear up the confusion.
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