Finding that perfect location home or investment property is not always easy. It requires an in-depth knowledge of the current market, availability, zoning information etc. It takes a great deal of study, time, an awareness of the local area, proximity to facilities you are looking for, and a great deal of enthusiasm and passion. After all, you are investing in the community as well, and the lifestyle that you envision for yourself and your family!
Century 21 Combines the talent of a diverse team of real estate professionals, to help you in making that informed decision about your investment. After all, real estate investments or a home are one of the largest investments that a person makes in their lifetime.
We can guide you through the process and, from start to finish. From understanding your specific requirements, and that of your family, to showing you around the various available properties, and the community, to connecting you with mortgagors, home inspectors, insurance providers and Lawyers. We work with specialists in every area of the industry to complete the transaction until a successful close. With the combined experience we guide you until you are settled in.
With an inbuilt passion for the job, combined with an enthusiastic approach towards meeting your needs, I look forward eagerly you helping you turn this dream into reality.
PEI real estate market has grown consistently over the past few years especially, and it is always a great time to buy !
How to make an offer
There’s one thing every homebuyer has in common, regardless of the city they’re buying in, the market conditions or the type of property – you have to make an offer. Whether you’re still in the browsing stages of the home hunt, or you’ve started to put your plan into action, prospective buyers would be wise to do some legwork and gain insight on how to make an offer on a house. While your real estate agent is there to guide you, the more you know about the home-buying process, the smoother it will be.
When you’re ready to make on offer on a house, your agent will draw up the necessary paperwork. In order to be valid, your offer documents much include some specific details, according to Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp.:
- your legal name, the name of the seller and the address of the property
- the amount you’re offering to pay (the purchase price) and the amount of your deposit
- inclusions and exclusions (for example, are the window coverings included in the purchase?)
- the date you want to take possession (“closing day”)
- a request for a current land survey
- the date the offer expires
- any other conditions that must be met before the contract is finalized (for example, a satisfactory home inspection