Mona Mavi

Mona Mavi

CENTURY 21 Millennium Inc., Brokerage*
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As a CENTURY 21® Real Estate professional, I am dedicated to providing you with the highest quality service possible. My personal knowledge of the local Real Estate market is combined with the power of the CENTURY 21 brand - the most recognized name in Real Estate today.

Let me assist you in finding your dream home, in a neighbourhood that is right for you, and in the price range you want. Or if you are interested in selling a property, I also have the expertise to help you get the fastest sale possible and at the best price.

I look forward to the opportunity of working for you!



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Spring Home Maintenance Tips


“Ahh..” Are you ready to ditch old man winter and come up for some fresh spring air? When spring rolls around, it’s time to think about some important maintenance around your home. In fact, you’d better hit this springtime list before those April showers begin to fall. First things first, if you have any issues that popped up during winter, you should take the time to fix them now. It’s easiest if you start a to-do list in order of priority so you can get these maintenance issues knocked out fairly quickly.

Springtime To-Dos:

Concrete Inspections – On a nice day, take a stroll around the outside of your home and do a visual inspection around the foundation. Do you see any new cracks or damage? Small cracks are normal and not a concern, but if new ones appear or they seem to be getting wider, call in the professionals to address your concerns before it becomes a major problem. It’s also a good idea to inspect your concrete sidewalks or paths for cracks or wintertime damage. You can easily seal them to prevent rapid deterioration. A good power wash of your sidewalks will have them shining like new and ready for good weather parties.

Standing Water – The weather can wear away at your landscaping so while you’re inspecting your outdoor areas, keep an eye out for low spots in your yard. Fill those holes with packed dirt and grass seed to prevent flooding issues and excess mud. You should also scan your yard for any kind of containers that could hold water and move them. Standing water can accumulate during the rainy season and become a breeding ground for insects.

Check Exposed Wood – If your home has exposed wood around doors and windows, decking, or even on an outdoor building, it’s important to check it for rot or termites. Simply take a screwdriver and poke around the exposed wooden areas to look for damaged wood and deterioration. Catching wood rot early can mean the difference between replacing one board or a whole deck.

Check for Leaks – While you’re working outdoors in early spring, check your gutter system for leaks and make repairs. Winter can weigh heavy on your gutters and downspouts and with the rain heading your way, you’ll want them working properly. After cleaning them out, let the hose run water through the gutters while you check for leaks and clogs in your downspouts. You should also make sure the water correctly drains away from your home’s foundation.

Check the Roof – If you’ve already called in a professional in the last year for a roof inspection, a good visual inspection of your roof will probably suffice. Make sure you look for warped or damaged shingles, or sagging. If you’re concerned about an area of your roof, you will want it professionally addressed.

Check the AC Unit – If your home has air conditioning units, whole home or window units, now is the time to inspect and test them. You don’t want to wait until the heat of summer to find problems with your air conditioning system.

Store Away Leftover Firewood – Once it’s time to let your fireplace rest for the season, you’ll want to move any leftover firewood away from your home. You should store it at least 18 inches off the ground and try and cover it with a tarp to prevent it from rotting so you can use it next season. Firewood is a popular nesting and breeding zone for stinging insects so be careful when making the move.

Clean the Fireplace – now that you won’t be using your fireplace until the Fall months again, it’s the perfect time to get a professional chimney sweep in to do a thorough cleaning, so built up deposits can be removed and fire hazards prevented.

Sharpen it up – If you have extra time in early spring, you can get a head start on getting your landscaping equipment in order. It’s worth your time and effort to sharpen lawnmower blades and other hand tools. Gas up and test your gas-powered lawn equipment and begin plotting your spring garden spots.


Home staging simply helps your home look more attractive while highlighting some of its best features. If your home is on the market, your goal is to makes potential buyers feel like they could live there, and the finest way to do this is to neutralize the surroundings.
Below are some helpful styling tips to help put your home in prime showing shape!

- Clear out your closets and clutter
- Focus on highlighting the most visible areas in your home (kitchen, living room, master suite, family room etc)
- Remove personal items in your home like family photos and souvenirs
- Put away large items such as porcelains, plates and vases to create more space
- In the summer, water your grass and garden 30 minutes before an open house- this will make your lawn sparkle
- Do not cook anything that will leave an odor (fish, garlic etc)
- Set the dining room table with attractive linens and dishes
- Neatly arrange fresh flowers throughout your home
- Uses mirrors to help smaller rooms look more open
- Use as much natural light as possible
- Make small repairs to faucets, squeaking doors and fences
- Bring another set of eyes to help you catch something you may have overlooked

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Step 1- Make the Decision to Buy

For most people, buying a home is the biggest decision they will ever make. Buying a home is certainly a very exciting time, but it is important that you know all the facts and making sure buying makes financial sense to fit into your lifestyle.
Step 2- Get Professional Guidance
Whether you are looking to buy or sell, it is important that you get help and advice from a trusted real estate professional. Your Realtor should act as a consultant and guide you through the entire buying process. That includes answering questions about the neighborhood, market conditions, schools, and helping you get the finance you need. At the same time, your agent will assist you in acquiring a pre-qualified mortgage loan. This will show lenders you are committed to purchasing a home and make your financing arrangements a lot easier.
Step 3- Begin the Search
To begin the search, you should have a general idea about the type home you want. Your real estate professional will use all of their resources to find homes that fit your criteria. You agent will also be able to advise you on market condition and any good deals that are available. After touring some homes, your search will be narrowed down, and you will be one step closer to finding your dream home!
Step 5- Finding your Dream Home
After you find your dream home, your agent will begin the process to get you moved in as quickly and easily as possible. The process usually begins with putting together an offer to the seller that is tailored to your needs. After the seller accepts the offer, closing is usually held within 30-60 days from the offer date. 
Step 6- Negotiate the Deal
It is very likely that the seller will submit a counter offer. This should not discourage you. Your agent will help you assess the counter offer and help decide whether to accept the counter offer, submit another counter offer, or reject the counter offer and move on. I will be well-prepared to make this step easy and stress-free. 
Step 7- Arrange Financing
During the closing period, you will be working with your mortgage lender to obtain the financing you require. Your agent will also be involved in this step by gathering the necessary property information that the lender requires to help you get that much closer to the end.
Step 8- Close the Deal
At the time of submitting your loan application you will be presented with closing cost estimates and the expected down payment. Your agent will review the closing cost estimate and provide you with an idea of how accurate the estimate is.
Step 9- MOVE IN!
The most exciting step in the home buying process- moving day! A little bit of planning here will help ease the pressure of moving. Your agent’s work doesn’t end here. You will be provided with a checklist of reminders to help make your moving experience a wonderful one.

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