Real estate is T. Chandler Haliburton's passion. In addition to sales, he redevelops, owns, and manages investment properties. It’s cliché to say it, but he eats, sleeps, and breathes real estate.
T. Chandler Haliburton feels very fortunate to have found a career that makes him excited everyday while also giving him an opportunity to share that excitement with others. Not only does he enjoy this work, but he also takes it very seriously. He knows the gravity of real estate sales and purchases. They are often the most significant investment of a person’s life, and he treats them as such.
This year alone, T. Chandler Haliburton has already completed forty five transactions. He have grown his business to the point where he is one of the top producing agents in the city, and by extension the province and region.
So far, he is leading our office in individual production year to date. He has also just achieved the RE/MAX Hall of Fame designation for his career at age thirty-two.
T. Chandler Haliburton's success has been the result of hard work, commitment, professionalism, and referrals from satisfied clients.
Qualifying for a mortgage, employing a real estate representative, and finding the best house are just a number of the things to ponder when purchasing a house.
When purchasing a house, you are making the biggest purchase of your entire life, and so you will really need to make sure you buy a house that meets your needs and your wants.
Purchasing a home can become a challenge particularly if you are doing it for the very first time. Here are just a couple of things T. Chandler Haliburton wants clients to consider prior to purchasing a home.
* Find a great real estate agent: The entire process of purchasing a home is just a daunting course of action, so having a pro to guide you will save you lots of time and money. He/she can also assist you to negotiate the whole purchasing procedure.
* Know the market: Finding out what comparable homes sell for allows you to make an educated offer. Sellers don't always look at these comparables with the eyes of the buyer, but finding out what other places in your area sell for often indicates what a house is worth.
* Don't be afraid of repairs: No house is perfect, not even a new home. So don't get scared if the house needs a bit of work. You can employ an expert for an estimate on repair expenses and determine if you are going to be able to pay for the repairs after purchasing the home.
* Don't forget the inspection: A house inspection is important if you're buying a residence for your own family. Unfortunately, some buyers never look at spending a couple of hundred dollars for a pre-purchase inspection before getting a house. It's especially crucial to get this done with an older home, since the building materials may be outdated or the systems of the home including the plumbing and electricity may be worn out and needing repair.
These are only a number of the essential things to consider when purchasing a home. For expert real estate advice and guidance, please contact T. Chandler Haliburton at: