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  • Six Things Toronto Home Sellers Wish They Knew | Pierre Carapetian Realty

SIX THINGS TORONTO HOME SELLERS WISH THEY KNEW

July 24th, 2018|

Every homeowner has experienced buying, but those who’ve also sold have a few things they want to share with you. Read on to ensure you’re not caught off-guard like they were when you list your Toronto home.

  • Three Tips for Toronto Seniors Making a Move | Pierre Carapetian Realty

THREE TIPS FOR TORONTO SENIORS MAKING A MOVE

July 19th, 2018|

Are you preparing to make your move in the Toronto real estate market? Check out these tips to ensure you’re ready to go. A well planned hunt will help you stay focused and excited throughout the process.

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  • Understanding Closing Costs Before You Purchase That Property

UNDERSTANDING CLOSING COSTS BEFORE YOU PURCHASE THAT PROPERTY

February 22nd, 2018|

In today’s hot real estate market you need to ensure you have all of your finances ready to go so that you don’t get sidelined when that perfect property comes along. One thing that we can’t forget to budget for are closing costs. We break down everything you need to know.

  • Your Toronto Home: Renting Vs. Buying

YOUR TORONTO HOME: RENTING VERSUS BUYING

February 6th, 2018|

When you’re a kid, the big dilemma you face is whether to spend your allowance on candy or ice cream. All of a sudden when you're forced to ‘adult’ it shifts to: do I continue to rent or do I buy? We’ve got the two biggest factors to consider when purchasing your first home and we’ve even broken down the math for you.

  • Reno vs. Ready: Your New Home Purchase

RENO VS READY: YOUR NEW HOME PURCHASE

January 18th, 2018|

When it comes to buying real estate, there’s a bit more to the reno vs ready equation than meets the eye. This means if you’re on a budget, you’ll be walking a fine line between your reno allowance and a cash downpayment large enough to actually get you that fixer-upper.