When you are seeking to buy or sell your Georgetown property you want to find a realtor who knows the area like the back of their hand. At Ipro Realty, trusted Sales Representative Elaine Turkington is a resident of Georgetown. Her family moved to Georgetown when it was a simple hamlet and she has been here to watch it grow into a thriving community that is a highly desirable area for growing families, professionals and young couples alike.
Elaine has worked hard to gain a unique collection of real estate skills from her education to her corporate knowledge. With over 10 years in the Georgetown real estate market she has applied those skills to assist her clients as a successful realtor applying her keen business sense to help her clients find and sell the properties they desire for the best possible price.
Georgetown’s growth has led to many different areas and Elaine understands the property values and all of the amenities from schools to shopping and entertainment. This places her in the perfect position to offer her clients the much needed insight to not only sell Georgetown properties for the best possible price but also to aid those seeking a home to pay the price that is fair and appropriate.
Elaine’s ability to provide continuous outstanding client service has led to her winning several awards since 1994 for her dedication to providing quality service to her clients year after year.
Despite her friendly disposition Elaine has proven to be a savvy negotiator which gets her clients the best possible price whether they are buying Georgetown property or selling it. You will want to have Elaine in your corner in order to offer you the success you are seeking when it comes to signing on the dotted line.
When you are seeking a realtor in Georgetown who knows their way around town as well as around a contract, Elaine Turkington is the realtor you need. She will be there through every step offering advice, insight and support to walk you through the process of buying or selling your home.
When you are looking for a Georgetown property expert, you can email Elaine at email@example.com or call her office 905-873-6111, Cell 416-500-7540. Or Toll Free number 1-877-306-4776. Visit www.etsellhomes.ca for more information. You can also join Elaine on Facebook or read her blog.
Real Estate is ever changing and to help you be prepared whether Buying or Selling my company offers a full service brokerage in every location, which gives my clients peace of mind that all the bases are covered from the moment they walk through the door, till the time they buy or sell their house.
For the Buyer I am able to assist them effectively with 9 locations which include Georgetown, Milton, Brampton, Orangeville, Shelburn, Toronto West, Toronto mid town And Mississauga. We have approximately 650 real estate agents who are all connected through our internet based broadcast message system. New listings are paged out as soon as possible so you get maximum exposure to our in house group of agents, and the same day your listing is posted on MLS so your information can be viewed by every member of the Toronto Real Estate board which has approximately 25,000 realtors.
I never have to waste time going back and forth between towns to get the deal done. Every one of our offices has full administration staff who are there to help whenever we need an extra hand.
Are Clients are looking for flexibility in real estate fees and services?
I'll let you be the judge of that question.
One of the reason I joined iPro Realty Ltd. is because they offer their realtors several different opportunities with respect to fees so each agent can operate their business based on what works best for them. This new and innovative approach to residential real estate has given me the flexibility to build different fee structures for my clients so that we can find one that best fits your needs.
Times are changing, so why not change with the times and let me show you all the options available to you.
Call me on my direct line for more information at 416-500-7540
I'm happy to help.
Real Estate Terms
A one-story house, cottage, or cabin.
A large property complex that is divided into individual units and sold. Ownership usually includes a non-exclusive interest in certain "common properties" controlled by the condominium management.
The final procedure in a home sale in which documents are signed and recorded. This is the time when the ownership of the property is transferred.
A document commonly used in real estate transactions, detailing the fees, commissions, insurance, etc. that must be transacted for a successful transfer of ownership to take place. This document is prepared by a closing agent and is also known as a "settlement sheet".
Commercial Real Estate
Property that is solely used for business purposes.
A legal document that grants the bearer a right or privilege, provided that he or she meets a number of conditions. In order to receive the privilege - usually ownership, the bearer must be able to do so without causing others undue hardship. A person who poses a risk to society as a result of holding a deed may be restricted in his or her ability to use the property. Deeds are most known for being used to transfer the ownership of automobiles or land between two parties.
Investment Real Estate
Real estate that generates income or is otherwise intended for investment purposes rather than as a primary residence. It is common for investors to own multiple pieces of real estate, one of which serves as a primary residence, while the others are used to generate rental income and profits through price appreciation. The tax implications for investment real estate are often different than those for residential real estate.
Property or real estate, not including buildings or equipment, that does not occur naturally. Depending on the title, land ownership may also give the holder the rights to all natural resources on the land. These may include water, plants, human and animal life, fossils, soil, minerals, electromagnetic features, geographical location, and geophysical occurrences.
The total value of the land, including any upgrades or improvements to the land.
Real Estate Sales Representative
A person with a provincial license to represent a buyer or a seller in a real-estate transaction in exchange for commission. Most Sales Representatives work for a real estate brokerage or agent.
If you are buying a home, then, before you decide on whether this home is your dream home, the following checklist will help you look at prospective homes with a critical eye. We suggest printing this page and putting it on a clipboard. When you find a home that really interests you, mark the features you see and note their general condition on this list.
Home value sometimes referred to as "Value in Use", is best described as the probable price at which a home trades in a free, competitive, and open market and is synonymous with the market value.
If you have decided that now is the time to sell your home, you might be thinking: should I hire a Real Estate Sales Representative or do it alone. Have you ever considered repairing your own car? Anyone can buy the tools and parts. However, most of us just do not have the knowledge, training, experience or the expertise and commitment of time to do the job properly. Besides, there are plenty of experienced professionals to do the work for us.
When should I sell my home? Your answer to this question might be right now! If you have taken a job in another city or made an offer on a new home, or had an addition to your family, selling your home fast might be the most important goal you have. Most people, however, have some flexibility when they sell their home. Let us take a closer look at the most important factors that can go into this decision.
A hot market is a "sellerís market". During a sellerís market, properties can sell within a few days of being listed and there are often multiple offers. Sometimes homes even sell above the asking price. Though most buyers want to get a "deal" on a home, reducing your offer by even a few thousand dollars could mean that someone else will get the home you desire.
There are many television shows today that focus on home staging. If you have not watched any, do yourself a favor and tune in. They all say the same thing: do not even consider putting your house on the market until you have taken a close look at its condition. Experienced sales people know that you only have one shot at impressing potential buyers, so take some time to prepare your home for showings. You will be rewarded with a faster sale and a higher offer.