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7 people you need to sell your house 

  The real estate market's profitability is arguably the worst-kept secret in the world. Property is constantly in demand; it's only natural, given that population growth and a culture of independence go hand in hand. However, there is one issue that is troubling the industry. Real estate transactions are notoriously slow. Do not be alarmed; however, they do not need to be drawn out any longer...

Take the Stress Out of Home Buying

When it comes to buying a new home, the entire experience can be incredibly stressful. This shouldn’t come as much of a surprise, of course – no one said home buying was simple! Luckily, though, there are ways you can take the stress out of home buying, making the entire process much easier and simpler overall. So, without further ado, let’s consider why home buying is a stressful process, and how...

How to get the most out of your property deal!

Right now in Montreal, there are a lot of properties for sale. We are going to share our top tips for you on how to get the most out of the deal, whether you are the buyer or the seller.   - Choose an agent you feel comfortable with   Choosing a realtor can be hard as most realtors are good and have done the necessary real estate agents course and have the certification. We would suggest...

Would acting as your own seller be worth these savings?

Selling your home yourself may seem like a way to save paying a real estate agent’s standard commission. So, would acting as your own seller be worth these savings? These 8 reasons may have you reconsider.   Experienced brokers have generally been burned by people selling their own homes because these sellers did not pay the full agreed commission or they skipped on paying it at all. As...

Griffintown condos are a hot commodity!

Why Griffintown?   Location, location, location…   Griffintown is near the action.   It borders Notre Dame (N), the Lachine Canal (S), the Bonaventure Expressway (E) and George-Vanier Boulevard (W).   Residents could walk to the two largest work centres of Montreal: the Downtown Core (15-20 minutes) and the Old Port (10-20 minutes).   Griffintown is...

Planning to purchase a house ? Here’s what you need to know before getting a mortgage

Ah, the credit rating. One of the most important financial lifelines you can have and that can make the difference between approval or rejection of various credit products.   While a high credit rating is definitely not the only thing you need to get ahead in life, especially when you're a homeowner, it's always a good idea to keep a watchful eye on it. A question that many potential property...

Behrooz Davani, Top 10% Montreal Real Estate agent recognized by Royal Lepage

  At Royal LePage, our REALTORS® hard work and achievements are well recognized through an established awards and recognition program. Every year, in Montreal and every major cities across Canada, top performing Royal LePage real estate agents are recognized for their outstanding sales and customer service performance.   President Gold Behrooz Davani received the president gold award...

How to find the best Montreal Real Estate Agent

Often referred to as real estate brokers, realtors, or real estate agents, it is undeniable that you might need one at some point or another. That said, there is always the same question that comes back in the minds of future home hunters: how to know if you found a good real estate agent ? Let’s find out together with our 5 tips on how to know you have the top Montreal real estate broker. Tip #1. You...

RBC stands by its pessimistic home price predictions

Royal bank of Canada has reiterated its forecast of an 8% decline in home prices , and warned of a depression that is likely to last well into 2023. In its latest earnings call, the bank pointed to the reintroduction of mobility restrictions brought about by the resurgence in COVID-19 infections. Graeme Hepworth, chief risk officer at RBC, said that the negative effects on the economy grow larger...

What is a good credit score in Canada for a mortgage?

Looking to buy a house in Canada? Before applying for a mortgage pre-approval, you should check your credit score in order to ensure you can be approved for a mortgage in the first place. The bottom line is, the lower your credit score is, the more consequences you're likely to experience. This is why, even if it may take longer than expected, you may want to hold off on buying a house until your low...

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