If you're thinking of buying a home in Niagara, you've probably already perused several listings. That is one advantage of more listings hitting the market in the summer and fall...more to look at it. Even if you aren't looking to buy soon, it's always good to keep an eye on the market.
Home prices have risen significantly throughout Niagara over the last few years; that's no secret. This is a result of a number of market factors coming together at the same time. Primarily, though, it is due to an increased preference being put on quality of life by home buyers, which is something Niagara offers in spades.
In our last article, we looked at the importance of knowing your budget and finding the right realtor when it comes to buying your first home. Because it is vital to be well-informed when entering the real estate market, we offer a couple more pieces of advice here in Part 2.
Buying your first home is an important milestone; we always recommend our first-time buyers try to enjoy the process and the experience. Typically, buying a home is the most expensive purchase you’ll ever make. While some like to think of the process as the best shopping trip ever, the amount of money involved can bring stress.