CENTURY 21 Millennium Inc., Brokerage*
- 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, helping your 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.
Let me be your full-service real estate provider. Give me a call or email-me, and I'll get started right away!
I look forward to the opportunity of working for you!
Finding the right home for you
When you dream of your dream home, what do you see? Each of us has a vision of what it will be, but getting as close to that vision as possible is a practical, step-by-step process. I will be your best ally throughout the home buying process. I can provide expert advice and help you determine how much you can afford, what kind of home you can buy in that price range, and where it may be located.
You've no doubt heard the phrase: location, location, location. That's because it's the most important factor in making any real estate purchase. To find the right location you must think of where you want to live both in broader terms and in more detail. First of all what type of area do you want to live in?
- Urban: Urban communities offer the broadest range of housing types, but generally at higher prices than similar-sized homes in non-urban locations.
- Suburban: The suburbs are typically made up of newer neighbourhoods, schools and shopping centres. Prices may or may not be lower than those of the central city, but you often get more square footage, larger rooms and bigger lots.
- Smaller towns and cities: A slower-paced lifestyle and lower taxes and housing prices are often big draws to Ontario's smaller communities. There are fewer types of homes available and the number for sale could be limited.
- Rural: A stream flowing over a few acres sounds appealing and your housing budget will often buy you more in a rural setting than any alternative above
Once you've considered the broader location options above, it's time to think about the features you need and want in a home. Prepare a shopping list. How many bedrooms and bathrooms? One or two-car garage? Large backyard or small? List the features you are looking for as needs or wants.
Comparing homes and locations
Now its time to match the type of home you'd like with the location. I will be able to give you an idea of the communities that best match your criteria for home and location. I can also advise you of the availability of schools and shopping, recreational and religious facilities and discuss the drawbacks: highway noise, train tracks, airports and large industrial centres. I’d be thrilled to help you for the home that’s right for you!
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