First Time Buyers
So you've decided to buy your first home. Well you have come to the right place! We are here to HELP!
Buying your first home is an exciting time! You probably have many questions. We can answer them and guide you through the purchase step by step.
1. Why should I BUY vs RENT a home?
2. Which type of home is a better investment for me?
3. How much can I afford?
4. Are there government programs to help me save money?
5. How much tax will I have to pay?
6. What extra costs are involved?
We have helped clients just like you buy these types of homes.
Residential - Mixed Commercial - Condominium - Income / Investment Property - New Construction - Foreclosure - Estate Sale - Luxury Real Estate - First Home - Retirement Home
"Jessica and Dustin are both knowledgeable and wonderful to work with! Thanks for all your help in the past! You'll be my Realtors again when we sell/buy!!"
Rachel & Derek
CENTURY 21 Heritage House Ltd., Brokerage*
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