Buying a home is always a huge decision. I am going to work with you to understand what's important to YOU. I can find that perfect home, as well as show you all the things that make this area an incredible place to live. Ask me about schools, sports, clubs, and so much more - I will be your guide.
Here are the top 6 tips everyone should know before buying or selling a home in Québec.
Buying a cottage or waterfront property can be tricky. I'm going to work with you to understand what's important to YOU.
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If you live in Ontario but own a cottage in Quebec, you may not know how important it is to have a will prepared in Quebec to handle the transfer of your property – the law is different than in Ontario! A Quebec notary can help guide you though this process. Aide-memoire_Quebec Will_2018_F Aide-memoire_Quebec Will_2018_A
If you’re thinking of selling, don’t forget to order your certificate of location – You NEED this to sell a property in Quebec! A Certificate of Location or detailed survey is a legal requirement when selling a property in Quebec. It is the seller’s responsibility to provide an up-to-date certificate of location which ensures […]
Are you looking for a home in Chelsea and want to be within easy walking distance of everything? Quartier Meredith development might be perfect for you. Located off of Ch. Old Chelsea it’s only 10 minutes from the city and it has an excellent walk score. Presently made up of 88 homes, there will be […]
If you’re shopping for a cottage or waterfront property, one thing that’s not shown on Realtor.ca or Centris.ca is detailed info on the lake. Use this website Lake Depth and make sure you get deep enough waterfront for swimming and boating.
The spring market is here, so what’s going on with Chelsea QC Real Estate? What are homes selling for? Tips for buyers and sellers.
What are homes selling for? What’s the average price of sold homes so far this year? Tips for buyers and sellers.
Why do I love Grand Lake in Val-des-Monts QC? Less than a 35-minute drive from Ottawa-Gatineau, Lac Grand is one of the largest lakes within an easy drive of the city. With large bays, islands, deep water and long channels, this is a superior lake for every kind of cottage fun and relaxation. What I […]