An important question in the mind of home owners is how long they should stay in their current home, in order to build up equity, before dipping into the real estate market and investing in a new home. A good approximation would be five years, as this gives the home owner enough time to build up sufficient equity to cover the future costs of closing on a home while still having enough equity available to make the purchase an affordable option. Search Realty offers three important tips to those home owners thinking about investing in a new home. ...
Tips When Thinking About Investing In A New Home
January 31, 2014
Three Tips to Market a Home
January 30, 2014
Selling a home takes more than just contacting a realtor. It takes a well-designed marketing plan that strategically assesses the real estate market to evaluate the best way to sell a home for sale. Search Realty is in the business of real estate and knows exactly what it takes to sell a home. They believe in three key tips, that when utilized, can ensure the not only is a home for sale sold quickly, but also at a price that fulfills the initial desire of the home seller. TIP 1: SET THE RIGHT PRICE The time eventually comes ...
Two Benefits Of Private Home Loans
October 24, 2013
Buying a home in today's real estate market is costly, and not everyone has the money to do so, but this can be alleviated with the help of a loan. For some, it is more practical to borrow from friends or family than a bank, as the interest rates are obviously lower with friends and family. That being said, dealing with friends and family with regards to money isn’t always a pleasant and easy experience. To ask a friend or family member for money can be tricky, especially when it comes to asking for a large amount to help ...
Investing In A Home
October 20, 2013
One of the biggest questions that's on a lot of people's minds is how long they should stay in their current home and continue to build up their Mississauga home equity before investing in a new home. In many cases, the answer is approximately 5 years. This gives you enough time to build up sufficient equity to cover the costs of closing on the home while still having extra equity available to make the purchase affordable. When you're buying a new home there are certain expenses that will need to be covered including legal fees, moving costs, the fee ...
Advantages Of Buying A Home Online
October 19, 2013
Marketing a home today is not like it was in days past. Home buyers rely less on newspapers and open houses, and more on online resources, in order to obtain valuable home buying information, which they require in order to go about purchasing a home. Home buyers want to learn as much as possible about the home buying process by relying on online content, compared to the past, when they’d more than likely turn to friends and family to compare notes. Searching online for a home has basically become the standard, and more and more people are heading to ...
Co-Lister - The Newest Way to Sell Your Home
September 26, 2013
The art of selling and buying a home has never been easier, with the help of Co-Lister by Search Realty. Co-Lister is a new intuitive way of selling Real Estate. It is an innovative step in Real Estate, and is only offered by Search Realty. Selling a home is the first step to a fresh start. It represents a new beginning with a bright future ahead. It can be an exciting experience, but at the same time, the chances of things going wrong are endless. Often times, selling real estate becomes a stressful and complicated process. For ...
Loan Officer Vs. Mortgage Broker
May 29, 2013
Should You Be Using a Loan Officer from Your Bank or a Mortgage Broker for Your Oakville Home Loan? More and more people are turning to Oakville mortgage brokers when it comes time to get a home loan versus using the loans officer from a bank. Mortgage brokers can usually save you a lot of money on your mortgage since they are able to shop the market on your behalf and come up with the best deal for you. Your local banking loans officer only has one offer to put on the table since he is working only for the ...
Mortgage for First Time Home Buyer
April 19, 2013
What You Absolutely Need to Know about a Mortgage as a Mississauga First Time Home Buyer If this is your first time buying a home in Mississauga you probably have tons of questions about the purchasing process. In order to make the procedure all the more easier you'll need to have an idea of what you should be expecting. Here is a basic outline of the mortgage information you should know as you take your first steps forward toward homeownership. Fixed-rate versus adjustable rate mortgages A fixed-rate mortgage usually has a 15 or a 25 year amortization schedule. This ...
Best Mortgage on Mississauga Home
April 9, 2013
Get the Best Mortgage and Save Thousands on Your Mississauga Home Purchase Gone are the days when you would walk into your local bank, talk to the loan officer and walk out with a mortgage. In fact, this is the last thing that you want to do. You can potentially save thousands of dollars on your mortgage by shopping around to find the best rate possible. Never settle for the first quote that you hear from anyone - even a mortgage broker that's been working on finding you the best mortgage from different lenders. That's right, even a ...
Mortgage for Mississauga Home
March 27, 2013
What Is the Best Way to Insure the Mortgage on Your Mississauga Home? You have two options when it comes to insuring the mortgage you have on your Mississauga home. You can either purchase the insurance through an insurance broker or get it through a bank. Before making a decision about the insurance you purchase though, take a look through the following information. There are certain factors that you should be aware of before committing to an insurance policy. Term life insurance When you purchase term life insurance through an insurance broker your death benefit will remain ...