FAQ Buying and Selling a House 温哥华房屋买卖常见问题
With extensive entrepreneurial and negotiation expertise, Paris has developed the skills to deliver the finest service to her clients, both locally and International. Building an online presence through her savvy marketing and engagements, developing positive relationships with her clients is a pillar of Paris’ business model. Her extensive education and distinction at the University of British Columbia are fundamental in best serving her clients.
Growing up in a household, with a father renowned for building multi-million dollar properties around the world, Paris has a niche for understanding that exceptional properties require extraordinary care, marketing, and discretion. Her extensive education at the University of British Columbia and involvement at numerous research programs gives Paris a great depth of knowledge to ensure an unparalleled experience for her clientele. With the prestigious and internationally recognized real estate brand of Sotheby’s, Paris upholds and surpasses the reputation of excellence for her clients, both locally and from around the world.
How can I get the best price when I sell my house?
It really depends on how many offers you have. If you list your home on the market for 60-90 days, only received 1 offer, how can you get the best price? Some realtors might tell you they have buyers in your area, however, would that buyer or buyers like the house/condo you list?
What we do is use different marketing strategies to promote your house, townhouse or apartment; eg: articles, MLS Vancouver, Google…..
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More Exposure======> More Leads======>More interested Buyers======>More offers======>Higher selling Price
Should I check with a bank before seeing homes?
There’s really only 1 answer to this question and it’s a positive one… There’s a whole bunch of reasons why you must talk first with a bank and get pre-approved before looking at homes. Front and center, checking with the bank before seeking for homes can help you understand exactly how much you can afford to spend. It’s a waste of time to see homes that are listed for $250,000 if you can only afford up to $200,000 of a mortgage…
If you’re a first time home buyer, checking with a bank before seeing homes is strongly recommended, as there are many first time home buyer programs available. These programs can differ from state to state and county to county, so knowing exactly what’s available to you, is crucial!
Should I buy or continue my rent?
Buying a house is a pretty serious investment of money, a long-term one. This being said, renting can be kept as a better option for some people, depending on their specific circumstances. The current interest rates are incredible. A 30-year FHA mortgage can be locked in at a rate of around 3.5%. Since the interest rates are so small, it actually can be more viable to pay a mortgage tomorrow, than continuing paying your monthly rent today… But before you decide, ask yourself a few critical things. One of the most important questions to consider is the length you plan on staying in a home if you were to purchase. If the answer is a couple of years, then renting out is a smarter decision for sure!
How easy is it to find a rent-to-own property?
Can you find a needle in a haystack? Sure you can, but the probability of such a coincidence is quite low… The same can be told about stumbling upon a rent-to-own property. Home buyers frequently ask whether rent-to-owns exist or whether an owner would see that kind of option in the not-so-distant future… They are out there, but there are some things that you need to know before agreeing to a rent-to-own.
Do I really need a realtor when purchasing a home?
When purchasing a home, it’s strongly suggested that you do it with a professional realtor as your middleman… There’s plenty of reasons why you should have a real estate agent represent your best interests when making that big purchase. Be mindful, that not all realtors are the same, though! When choosing a buyer’s real estate agent, make sure you know how to examine the respective realtor’s credibility!
Warning: If you are hiring a realtor in BC, your interest will not be protected.
Who pays the realtor fees as a purchase is being made?
It’s critical that you understand this thinly veiled issue of who’s paying the fees for a realtor. It’s usually a seller. There are no guarantees, however, in most cases the seller pays the realtor fees.
Should I buy or sell first?
If you buy a new home first and the old home didn’t sell out quick enough, you might be facing 2*mortages. On the other hand, if you have sold your home quick enough, but still haven’t found your preference new home, you might have to rent a place for 1-3 months.
In this case, we might negotiate with the buyer, extend the possession date.
How do I know how much my house/townhouse or condo worth?
We are the expert to set up your home price. There are many ways to evaluate your home price; eg: market info, neighbor home sold price……
And we provide free home evaluation service.