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mali | 02 Aug 2013, 08:49 PM Agree 0


My name is Mali and I am[url=] a Realtor[/url]. I will be happy to assist you and answer all your questions regarding [color=#0000ff]FIRST TIME HOME BUYER[/color].

Would you like to know how to start?
Do you need help in getting pre-qualified for a mortgage?
Do you know how much it will cost you? there are other expenses you should take in consideration: property taxes, lawyer fees, moving companies, appraisal fees and more.

Please feel free to post your questions
  • josephhinds | 28 Sep 2013, 02:29 PM Agree 0
    So are you providing this type of service in Canada?
  • preeti22 | 23 Oct 2013, 07:39 AM Agree 0
    I have very well experience of one real estate agent John Rossi when i was first time buyer & he provides me services as per my requirements & preferences also.
  • griffin | 31 Oct 2013, 03:15 AM Agree 0
    In my years of experience in the real estate buy and sell, I met a lot of people with different views and opinion with regards to real estate. In NW Calgary real estate, people are so enthusiastic to have their own homes that have the best to offer such as schools, shopping malls, attractions and a good market for livelihood.
  • mali | 31 Oct 2013, 09:08 AM Agree 0
    Yes. I am helping Buyers (and sellers). I am a real estate Sales Representative in Ontario, Canada.
    You can log in to my website and find lots of tips for Buyers and sellers.
    You can search all homes on MLS on my website and even create your buyer profile and save to your favorite.
    You can also receive listings by email.
    There are mortgage calculators on my website
    and you can contact me with all your real estate questions and concerns.

  • rivera34 | 08 Jan 2014, 06:21 AM Agree 0
    Thanks for the information! I bought my house at without a real estate agent recently. As the major part are home owners who want to sell their property directly to the seller. But it depends on a person and his experience in real estate, if you are the first time buyer, it’ll be better to use agent’s service to cope with all the documents you need to fill. Without an agent, you won't have a specialist to rely on as they know what to look for in each house. Also people should know that without an agent, they might pay more for closing costs.
  • littleflower | 18 Feb 2014, 05:17 AM Agree 0
    Oh, first-time buyers always are facing the same problem. They just don’t know what to do, when to start and where to look for the property. First steps can be difficult for them. They need to verify whether their finances are under control and how much they can afford for a deposit. Almost all buyers today are looking for properties in the Internet. There is a [url=]great variety of classifieds[/url] that allow them to find exactly what they want. Hundreds of online listings with photos and description make the process more comfortable and also fastens it.
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