Shopping for the Right Neighbourhood

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Real Estate Sales Representative with Sutton Group Summit
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When most people shop for a new home, they think about the kind of house they want: three bedrooms, two bathrooms, trees in the backyard.

But it also makes sense to shop for the right neighbourhood.

Think about it. In what type of area would you most like to live? What neighbourhood features do you want most? For example, you may want your next neighbourhood to have a good high school, a nearby recreation centre, and close access to public transit.

Make a list of what you want and then go “shopping” by visiting neighbourhoods that meet your criteria.

Your next home is more than just a property; it’s a dream home in a desirable location.

Call Marina 416-843-1515 today.

 

 

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Katerina Gasset
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Hello, Marina! This is an interesting read that will definitely make home buyers think before buying. Thanks for sharing this!

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Top of the afternoon Marina.  You are correct.  The right home in a location that does not work is of no value at all.  mark

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