Rare 100’ x 150’ lot in heart of Alliston with classic 1973 built bungalow ready for your design ideas. So much potential this opportunity won’t last long!
Beautiful turn key Alliston home finished in style
Custom architectural millwork, ledger stacked quartz stone walls and upgraded lighting throughout main floor
Sound proofed theatre room, brick wine cellar and custom granite wet bar make up the amazing lower level space
Great layout for entertaining in sought after neighbourhood
Bright & spacious 4 bdrm family home
Mature area of Tottenham
Walking distance to schools, shopping, dining and parks
The decision to purchase a mutual property certainly needs to be solid and supported by both sides, because buying a house is just as important as deciding to get married as it is done once and it’s made to last.
So, before bringing the final decision, here are some short tips to help newlyweds choose what is best for them:
Get ready on time
Realizing the seriousness of buying a home is one thing that needs to be done beforehand. The process might last 5-15 years, therefore, the best thing to do is realize what buying a home means, discuss your financial power and make sure you know what you look for in a particular house.
Realizing your financial power is also a key point in the home buying process. The safest choice is to get a pre-approval or a pre-qualification for a loan in order to learn how much you can spend an to try to find a home within your price range.
Find a safe neighbourhood
If you are thinking about buying a home just for now, you really need to make your time range longer and think about the future of your family, especially your future children’s safety. If you have chosen few houses, find out more about the crime rate and the safety in the neigbourhood. Choose what you think is best for the safety of your entire family.
Home inspection matters
Having a home inspected will provide newlyweds with information on the overall safety and living conditions of the house. Find a certified home inspector and find out whether the home you like to buy is worth the money.
In the end, don’t ever make hasty decisions. Buying a home can be fun and exciting but also tiring and difficult.
Before reaching the final decision, ensure that you have gone through all the details above and make sure that both partners are satisfied with the last word.