Posts Tagged ‘agent

Many people use PropertySold.ca because they want to eliminate or reduce real estate agent fees. Some of our customers have used a real estate agent in the past, and some customers have never used a real estate agent. Let’s examine what a real estate agent will do in a residential transaction. For a buyer: If […]

1. Get Cash Back From Your Agent When Buying Real estate agents who represent buyers have it easy. The agent representing the buyer receives the commission listed in the MLS listings (typically 2.5%). Or, if they have a buyer agency agreement, they receive the commission listed in the agreement (typically 2.5%). All the agent has […]

Brampton and Mississauga are located in Peel Region. Combined, they would be the 3rd largest city in Canada, behind Toronto and Vancouver. Both Mississauga and Brampton are unique in Canada and perhaps unique in North America. Mississauga, once a commuter city adjacent to Toronto, is now a large city unto itself. Mississauga now has a […]

“How do I buy a home in Canada” might seem like a silly question, but if you are a first time home buyer, this is where you start. Of course, if you have never bought a home before, the process may seem like a mystery. Here are a few steps to take to buy a […]

Perhaps you have seen the newspaper ads or the internet banners that say “Foreclosure Properties”, “Power of sales in Canada”, or “buy distressed properties”…perhaps if you “sign up” or “provide your contact information”, you will get access to thousands of powers of sales and get “great deals”? If you see these ads, we suggest that […]

This real estate video discusses 6 steps to help buyers improve their credit score in order to make sure that they are able to obtain financing for their mortgage at a low rate. Often buyers with poor credit scores will be required to pay a higher interest rate on a mortgage. Here are 6 tips […]


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