In: Real Estate News25 Sep 2011
It’s a real estate buyers market in the Brampton area and that means bargains are there, you merely have to find them. And that is what your realtor is there for. You! One question often asked is whether to purchase a new home or a resale? There are pros as well as cons for both sides and it mainly comes down to deciding between established neighbourhood and mature trees, lawns that are nicely landscaped along with appliances usually considered part of the buyer’s price, and then there’s the more negotiable purchase price that can be found in a resale Brampton home.
Many people love the “smell” and appearance of a brand new home, one that has not been lived in by anyone else. It most likely will not need any renovations yet and may be more energy efficient than the older homes. However, you must make sacrifices with that new home because you will most likely have newly planted trees, lawn, and shrubbery (if any). Appliances, fencing, and landscaping are extra costs. And the price is more likely to be non-negotiable in a new home.
Talk with a few realtors then choose someone you can feel confident with and rely on to show you the style and price of home you desire and let them negotiate for you. The norm in pricing for the Brampton Real Estate Market is currently from $250,000 and upwards depending on the size and amenities as well as the location. The neighbourhood and schools are definitely important to families and your realtor will know what to look for when children are involved.
Remember that buying a home may well be the biggest investment you ever make, and one that offers huge future rewards.
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