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Real Estate Negotiations

Negotiating for a Successful Outcome

Negotiating for a successful outcome in real estate negotiations is a critical skill that is often under valued and over looked by both professionals as well buyers and sellers alike. Often times an offer will come in lower than asking, and rather than negotiating for a successful outcome, the offer will be outright rejected. Both buyers […]

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Real Estate Deal Deposit 101- A Few Tips in Practicality

Real Estate Deal Deposits seem to be one area of the real estate process that leaves many people feeling confused. Many Buyers are not aware that a deposit is a necessary component of purchasing a home.   Once an offer to purchase is accepted, a deposit will be required to firm up the purchase. Deposits […]

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Renting Versus Buying a Home

Should I Buy or Rent in Thunder Bay?

Buy or Rent? The age old burning question of ‘should I buy or rent a home’ has probably crossed most peoples minds at some point during a home search journey. While there are many factors that come into play when determining the wiser of the two options in Thunder Bay, some of the considerations to keep […]

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Buying a House versus a Condo

Should I Buy a House, or a Condominium?

The question of whether to buy a house, or a condominium, tends to crop up most often when we are evaluating our lifestyle or contemplating change in relation to our current living situation. If you are moving, just starting out, down sizing or retiring, the decision of what to buy in terms of a house, […]

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Showing Feedback

Showing Feedback for Sellers Please

Showing feedback is extremely important, and is generally expected by both Listing Agents and their Seller Clients. The purpose of providing showing feedback is so that Sellers have an accurate picture of how their home is being perceived by potential Buyers as well as their Agents. Positive feedback is always great, but of course we […]

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