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I'm often asked for the most important piece of information buyers and sellers should know. Buying or selling your house is a big deal. There's a lot that happens behind the scenes between the professionals working on your behalf. The strength of that team, and your trust in those professionals, is everything. Here's why;


Your core team of professionals consists of your mortgage professional, realtor and lawyer. Now, there will be other professionals that play smaller roles in the transaction, such as home stager, inspector, appraiser, etc., but your core team coordinates the entire transaction and brings it all together for you. We coordinate all the fine details and make sure you get the house and mortgage that fits you best. This might mean the difference between a smooth or rocky experience, and that's why it's so important to work with professionals that you feel comfortable with, who you trust will work on your behalf, give you the advice they themselves would want to receive if in your shoes and that you'll be able to get a hold of in the future should you have additional questions. Which brings me to my next point...

Impartial factor;

The impartial factor automatically lends over to your own lawyer, as independent legal advice is paramount in any legal transaction. Be sure to practice the same notion of impartiality when it comes to other areas of home buying Working with a mortgage broker provides you with impartial advice because brokers aren't tied to one financial institution. This adds significant added value in your mortgage transaction. Having your own realtor will also help ensure that someone is negotiating on your behalf and providing you with the most personalized advice.

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