George Philip

George Philip

Sales Representative
CENTURY 21 Millennium Inc., Brokerage*
  • 905-450-8300
  • 905-450-6736
  • 10-350 Rutherford Rd South
    Brampton, ON L6W 3M2
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As your CENTURY 21 Millennium Inc. Sales and Marketing Professional, I will provide outstanding personal service, guiding you through the maze of infinite details surrounding the purchase or sale of your home.
I can answer your questions, provide professional advice, and handle all the details for a pleasant real estate experience.
I can help you find the right home for you and your family, arrange financing, get the lowest mortgage rate and even help you settle in, in a timely fashion.
Ensuring that your real estate purchase or sale is a hassle-free experience is my ultimate goal.

  • CENTURY 21 Millennium GUARANTEES to find the home you want.
  • Save time and money with CENTURY 21 Millennium Inc.'s in-house mortgage broker. We can assure you the lowest interest rate available and a "hassle-free" real estate experience.

Let me be your full-service real estate provider. Email-me, and I'll get started right away!

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Buying A Home...What Can You Afford?

There are two types of costs in buying a home:

  • the amount of money you'll need for the initial purchase; this consists mainly of the down payment and other costs such as legal fees and taxes; and
  • the ongoing costs of paying back your mortgage, along with monthly operating costs for utilities, maintenance, insurance and annual property taxes.

Costs of buying a home =

* Down payment & * Mortgage


* Legal fees


* Utilities


* Inspection fees


* Maintenance


* Taxes


* Insurance


* Property taxes

Choosing The Right Neighbourhood!

Check the lifestyle
A home is a part of a larger community. And some are more desirable than others. Some communities are geared more to young families, others to older adults and still others to singles or an eclectic mix of residents.

Never buy in an unfamiliar community or neighbourhood unless you have spent some time there both during the week and on weekends, day and night. Drive and walk around. Talk to store owners and people you meet on the street. Ask what they think of the neighbourhood.

Remember that someday you may have to sell your home to someone else and things that may not be important to you -- such as distance to schools, shopping, doctors and work -- may be important to other buyers.

Location, location
In addition to finding the right neighbourhood, consider the immediate homes around the particular property you want to buy. Are they well maintained and worth the same or more than the home you are considering?

Is the location a quiet area or a major traffic thoroughfare? What kind of privacy does the backyard provide? Does it get the morning or afternoon sun? If there is no house behind you, who owns the property and how will it be developed?

Homes located further away from the centre of an urban area are generally cheaper. Are you prepared to invest the time and money it takes to commute and how long of a commute are you prepared to commit to? Is there public transit and good access to major highways nearby?

It's great to be located near parks and recreational facilities, but few homeowners appreciate the high cast of tennis court lights beaming into their back yard. If the home you are considering backs onto such property, drive around the area and see how often the baseball diamonds, soccer fields, swimming pools and skating rinks are being used and when.

Before making any decisions, think of your lifestyle and how a particular location would enhance or detract from it, and call me to help you find your dream home.

Community Involvement

I am proud to be involved in the ‘Caring for The Kids' program. Every year we liaison with 5 local schools to provide a magical Christmas for needy children and their families. In 2008 we were able to help 15 families and 48 children.

Personal Background

Sales & Marketing

I have the skills needed to successfully market your home to get the best possible price for you 

Revenue Management 

I am constantly re-educating myself about the values of properties to understand what the market is willing to pay - so that you pay the lowest price possible when buying

Professional Skills

Strong negotiation skills -- I can negotiate well and in a manner that is mutually acceptable to all parties involved. In order to be a good negotiator, I must possess strong "people skills" and genuinely enjoy working and dealing with various types of people.

Patience -- Selling a house can be an emotional experience and buying can be very stressful. One of the attributes I possess is thoroughness and attention to detail.

Trustworthiness, diligence and helpfulness -- Buyers and sellers trust me and know that I have a passion for the business and that I'm helpful and not intrusive.

Professional Interests

 I enjoy helping all of my clients find their dream home.

Is Now A Good Time To Sell?

Thinking of selling your home but not sure if now is the "right time?"   I can offer you sound advice on when to sell your home in the least amount of time for the best possible price.

First, I will help you examine your reasons for wanting to sell. The most common reasons why people decide to sell their homes include changes to their financial status, an employment transfer, a growing family or retirement. Today's low interest rates have also made it attractive for many homeowners to "move up" to a larger home.

Whatever your reason, selling a house is a complicated procedure so it's imperative to have a qualified real estate professional on your side.  Because selling a home involves large sums of money and complicated legal documents, I will offer you my expertise and help you avoid costly mistakes.


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Buying A Home: What Can You Afford?
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