VJ Peters

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Buying A House In Toronto & GTA

Buying a house in Toronto and the GTA can be quite a stressful experience considering it is quite an emotional experience and very personal to each buyer. When your emotions come to the forefront, the chances of things going wrong and become upsetting are very high. I've come up with a few pointers on how to make your home buying process less stressful.


1. Go Over the Purchase Offer


Reading the document which seals the deal of the biggest purchase you'll ever make, eliminates the chances of surprises you may encounter down the road. Talking over the important aspects of the purchase offer such as purchase price, down payments, loan amount, closing dates, allocation of closing costs, etc. will help you become more comfortable with its contents and signing the document won't seem so risky.


2. Know What You're Looking For


Taking the time to figure out what exactly you're looking for in your new home will prevent you from getting confused later on when you've started the search process. Some things to consider are a number of bedrooms and bathrooms, type of exterior, type of community, desired square footage, distance to work and other important destinations, school districts, etc. Narrowing these things will help in easing out the decision as well as reducing stress throughout the buying process.


3. Get Pre-Approved for a Mortgage Loan


There are a few advantages in getting pre-approved for a mortgage loan. The first advantage is that you have decided on a set budget which will help you narrow down and streamline the home search, eliminating the possibility of looking at homes you cannot afford. The second advantage is being able to negotiate; Being pre-approved lets homeowners know that you are a serious buyer and gives strength since your approval is as good as a "done deal". 


If you're looking to buying a house in Toronto and the GTA, contact me to get the best deals on properties in the area. 

VJ Peters
Cell: 416-918-8565
Office: 416-298-2888
Fax: 416-754-2100