Where do I start?
As a buyer, you should be represented by an agent in order to have your interests protected.
An agent will provide professional advice, negotiate the best
price for you and will provide
all of the local sales information
required for you to make an informed offer.
It is important to choose an agent with market knowledge,
experience, a proven track record and one who is able to provide you with
references from past clients.
When you work with
Frank, you will benefit from his 27 years of
negotiating and sales experience. You will feel comfortable
working with Frank and confident that you have someone knowledgeable
working in your corner.
Give Frank's office a call or
send an email.
Frank or his assistant, Leslie, will guide you through the buying process.
If you need a
mortgage to buy your home
the next call is to your financial
institution. They will pre-qualify your mortgage
for you. You can then view homes with
confidence knowing you are looking at homes
in the right price range. When you have an idea of
what you would like as your next home, Frank and Leslie will provide you
with all the information on homes for sale and are
always available by phone or email if you have anything that you are unsure
What will it cost me to have Frank as my agent
when I buy a home?
There is no additional cost for a buyer
to benefit from Frank's
experience and knowledge. The compensation that a sales agent receives,
in a traditional
agent/buyer relationship, comes from the
home seller's proceeds
How do I get information
on homes for sale?
When you work with Frank
to find your home, you will be kept informed regularly of all homes within your price range and
specifications. You can get a jump on other buyers
and find out about
new listings at the same time as the real estate agents -
often before they are advertised!
Send Frank your e-mail address
will be notified immediately of all new listings, by all real estate companies, as soon as they
are on the Real Estate Board computer (MLS).
Can I go to open houses without my
Absolutely. Of course you can visit open houses without Frank.
However, you should make sure that you
indicate to the open house agent that you are
working with an agent already.