Megann  Willson

Megann Willson

Real Estate Agent

HomeLife/Realty One Ltd., Brokerage

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Inter-city moves mean changing expectations

I'm frequently provided with "wish lists" by buyers or tenants who are moving from one city to another. Therte's almost always the same problem (in fact, as someone who's made multiple cross-country moves myself, I've had this problem myself). It's this: you really can't export your idea of "normal", "special" or "acceptable" from one city or town to another.

It takes a team to buy a home

This week I firmed a purchase for a condo client of mine - and it came right down to the wire in terms of timing! There were conditions to be cleared, and lots of advice was required.

When it comes to listing your property, a picture really is worth a thousand words.

Imagine views like this, right outside your bedroom balcony!

What do Condominium Maintenance Fees Include?

Urban condo buildingsUnlike purchasing a freehold home, condo buyers have some additional items to investigate as they do their due diligence on a property. One of these is understanding the maintenance fees, and what they include.

How to Avoid these 5 First-Time Homebuyer Mistakes

©Attractive condominium buildingBuying a home can be overwhelming — especially for first-time buyers.

There are some all-too-common first-timer mistakes that you can avoid by doing your homework and getting ready in advance of asking for a showing:

What you need to know about closing costs

 

What are closing costs, and why do they matter? 

My Number One Secret to a Successful Home Sale

Beautiful condo living area

Recently my seller client accepted an over-asking offer for his condo - as you can see, it's a beautiful spot, and the buyers are very excited, and looking forward to taking possession. What's the secret of having a sale in just over a week, with multiple offers? 

What type of townhouse is right for you?

When I meet clients who are looking to move from their condo or apartment, they often tell me they would like to expand to a townhouse. When they describe the townhouse, the conversation nearly always goes like this: "I want it to be new. I need three bedrooms, a garage, and a yard, so we can get a dog (or so the kids have a place to play)".

How much space do you really need in your new home?

Often when I meet new clients who are house-hunting, they say what they need is more space. But sometimes more space doesn't need to equate to a larger square footage, sometimes it's less about the space, than it is about the spaces, and how usable they are. For example, take the kitchen. Would your dream kitchen look like the one in this photo?

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