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According to some real estate professionals, the dream of homeownership in Metro Vancouver is dead for the average family. Despite the area’s attempts to approve a large number of affordable new builds, the supply just can’t keep up with the demand. Out of all townhome starts completed in the area in 2016, only eight of them remained unsold by the end of December. For as long as inventory continues to be unable to meet demand — as it seems to be in the Vancouver area — prices will remain sky-high.
Are you looking to buy a home? If so, you probably know what you're looking for: something with 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, open concept, etc. But do you know how to look beyond the cosmetics and recognize clues that can lead to defects in the homes major components? Don't worry if you answered no, many home buyers don’t — that’s where a qualified home inspector can help.
When buying a home the question always comes up: realtor or no realtor? There are a multitude of online resources packed full of advice for investors wanting to buy a home without the services of a realtor. The financial undertaking of purchasing a home is daunting enough, so why not cut out the cost of one more person? It may seem like those step-by-step guides can successfully lead you through buying a home, but here are a few things to consider before flying solo.
Realtors have lots of resources
Buying a new home can be a difficult process, but may be made considerably easier by avoiding common mistakes. Of course, a key element in this process is securing a mortgage. This undertaking is often daunting; however, by doing the research and understanding how to avoid missteps, one that may be more easily addressed.
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