Step 1. Are you ready? Be sure.
Few joys can match the pride of owning a home, but the responsibility can also come with sacrifices – from the financial commitment to the required care and maintenance. You’ll want to be sure both fit within your current or preferred lifestyle.
Is your bank account ready? Check it twice.
Buying a home is likely the most significant and largest purchase of your life. Do it right with the help of a REALTOR® and avoid regretting taking on more than you should. It’s ideal to have saved up some money and manage any debt. In a couple steps, you can determine how much you can afford.
Is right now a good time to buy?
Markets go up, markets go down and even the most informed experts can’t accurately predict when a market will peak or bottom out. If you’re buying a home as a long-term investment (and for long-term enjoyment), you should be protected from short-term changes in the market. Instead, focus on picking a home that meets your and your family’s needs.
Step 2. Decide What You Want?
Where do You Want to Live? Whether you’re new or native to a neighbourhood, a REALTOR® can help you navigate homes in the areas that best suit your needs and lifestyle. Take a minute to reflect on these popular housing options to help decide what fits you best.
What Type of Home do You Want?
Whether you’re building a home from the ground up or giving new life to a home previously loved by others, Sheerzen Inc can help narrow down a type of home to meet your needs.
Single-family detached (As the name implies, the home is freestanding and not attached to any homes next to it.)
Semi-detached or linked.(Two distinct houses (with separate owners and lots) that are built side-by-side and share a common wall.)
Duplex.(A building on a single lot but that is zoned for two families (each with independent access).
Town house.(Also known as terrace or row housing, they’re identified as homes featuring a common style and joined in a row. They usually share common walls on both sides.)
Condo(With a condo, you own 100% of your unit and a share of the common areas. Common areas include the necessary plumbing, electrical systems, hallways and elevators. They may also include amenities like a private gym or pool. On top of the mortgage and property taxes, condo owners also pay a monthly fee to operate and maintain the common areas.)
After these two first steps, it’s time to contact Sheetal Cheema to help you in taking the right decision. Call 403-401-1433 now.