While such preservation of vistas and nature protect the environment associated with a cottage or vacation property, it also complicates the buying and selling process. Here are some common pitfalls.
We're seeing a steady rise in the willingness of clients to file complaints against agents for unprofessional behaviour. And worse, get a litigator involved.
For every helping hand you extend, you become happier and more successful, while also losing the pain in your neck because you no longer have to “watch your back”.
The problem with goal setting and being goal orientated is that you fail to learn and, ironically, achieve the goal.
Ontario’s Fair Housing Plan has negatively affected more than just the renting market, it has also negatively affected the process of buying and selling a property.
If you practice ethical behavior consistently – from how you act with your family members to how you treat your clients and other real estate professionals – you’ll become “lawsuit-proof”.
The tenant walks away from the "binding" offer to lease. Can you save the deal? Taking these steps protects you from any surprise material issues popping up and ruining your supposed binding offer.
A homeowner who stops paying mortgage payments is likely to experience swifter eviction and longer damaging financial repercussions than a renter who stops paying rent.
Now here’s where it gets problematic: the property doesn’t sell after six months. Upset with the result, your client decides to sell the property on his own. The property sells in the seventh month. Are you entitled to your commission?
Most leases require a tenant to obtain insurance that is consistent with the lease terms before they can enter a premises. Despite this fundamental prerequisite to enter, most tenants fail to meet the lease’s insurance provision.