There’s a lot of information to understand when buying a property in Toronto. Whether it’s a condo, a home, a townhouse or a commercial property this guide will help you understand the necessary steps to purchasing your dream property.
You are welcome to work with a trusted banking institution or decide to explore your options with a mortgage broker, who will help you choose a lender that is right for you. Learn more about how to get pre-approved here – shedule a call.
Once you decide to work exclusively with us, you will then receive the proper attention from an agent. This agent will provide you with an in- depth analysis of the market and meet with you one on one to understand what you are looking for; you will be set up your specific search criteria online. An email with new listings will be sent to you every day. You will then go out with your agent to view the properties you see most fit. The agent will likely include properties you might have missed in your search.
Don’t be intimidated by the paperwork, negotiations or bidding wars. Bridson Realty specializes in the following:
You Mortgage advisor will prepare you for the closing process and costs, so you don’t get caught off-guard. You will be in close contact with your lender and your lawyer around the closing time – you will be providing them with lots of information. The few days before you take possession you will need to sign paperwork, provide a certified cheque for the balance owing and of course, pick up your keys.
Closing is the point at which the ownership and possession of the property are transferred from the Seller to you. It takes place after all legal and financial obligations have been met. Bridson realty is here for you every step of the way.
A couple tips to get you started. Please feel free to reach out if you have any other questions.
Please read page 7 of our Buyers’ Guide above for more information.
Please read page 13 in our Buyers’ Guide above for more information.
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