ORANGEVILLE REALTORS – SELLING YOUR HOME
After speaking with several Orangeville realtors I’ve put together some things to think about, wondering if the right time is now? To help you determine if it is I have used my years of real estate experience, plus that of the brokerage team, to put together a guide to walk you through the steps of selling your property and give you the tools you need to make this important decision.
First of all, you need to know that local market conditions will have the most impact on the amount of money you can get for your property and how quickly you can sell it. You may put a price on your home, but the market is what really prices your home.
Under any circumstances, selling a home can be a stressful process, emotionally, financially and physically. To help ease this stress, I am here to counsel you through the sale with the wisdom I have gained from experience, saving you incalculable aggravation and money. I know your neighbourhood, what Buyers want in a home, how to negotiate the best price and how to close the deal for you. Together, we can make the sale of your property easy and worry-free – and it all begins with you.
Every time you need to take ownership of an investment property, it is worth exploring a variety of options. In real estate investments, a lawyer and an accountant will help you see things more clearly. The lawyer will help you with all the legal aspects and ensure the entire transaction is done above board and the accountant will help you with the numbers and tax-related issues. You will end up forking thousands of dollars every year as corporate fees, but every cent will be worth it.
Focus on the long-term
Four of the 5 Orangeville realtors said that is advisable that you buy an investment property for a long period, make money from the rent and then use the positive cash flow to reduce the mortgage and to create equity on the investment.On some occasions, you will come across deals that might not sound right. Just know that you are not bound to them irrespective of how much your potential investment might be. Avoid deals that might land you in trouble. You won’t be a successful investor when you are behind bars or six feet underground.
Understand the value of first-hand experience
Success leaves clues. You have probably heard of that, now that you want to become a successful real estate investor. Think about seeking a realtor who also personally have investments in real estate. Working and learning from them will be a better way to help you find your way in what could potentially be a minefield.