Terri Stephens | 403-827-4663

 
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1. When to Buy Real Estate

  If the papers say that a city is booming, everyone wants to buy.

  Therefore, this is the perfect time to sell.  When everybody is           selling  because of a recession, they you buy, which prices are 

  rock bottom. 


2. More Experience the better

  If a RELATOR® has not kept up to date with the changing technology, regulations, market conditions, or modern

service style, then all of their past experience won't help you be properly represented.


3.  It's all about Price

  Negotiating mainly only the price of a property will limit your 

  opportunity.  If you can offer more favorable terms to the other

  party, then the price will secondary.  


4.  Calling off signs is the best way to find a property

  A Realtor® selling a property cannot represent their seller's best

  interests and yours at the same time.  This is a conflict of 

  interest.  Save yourself. potentially thousands of dollars, find your       own Realtor®.


5.  Banks are the best Finaincing Source

  Banks have different mortgage options, but can only ever provide

  you witj their interest rates and handful of options to choose from.

  A mortgage broker works with most major banks, has way more

  options and tons of different lenders' interest rates to choose from.

  Plus, they can work to fit your schedule.


Thanks,  hope you found this information useful

Terri 



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