BUYING A PROPERTY

You've decided it's time to buy real estate—a chalet, a condo, a townhouse or a revenue unit of shared ownership. Regardless of the property type, it is one of the biggest financial decisions you'll make in your lifetime. 

 

Whether it will be your primary residence, a second home or an investment property, it's important to have a helpful agent by your site to help navigate the process, one that can be complicated and nuanced.

Whistler, Pemberton and Squamish are all unique markets with special zonings and usages. Whistler, in particular, has a range of land use contracts and restrictive covenants on many property titles, so it's especially important to work with an agent who knows their stuff. A trusted advisor can be an invaluable ally who will be looking out for your best, sole interest.

Integrity is Gina's guiding light from the first handshake to the celebratory hug when she hands a new homeowner their freshly-cut keys. To her clients, Gina promises loyalty, confidentiality, and to always serve her clients with transparently and full disclosure, while also avoiding any conflicts of interest. Gina takes her fiduciary duty very serious and always puts the client's needs first. 

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SELLING A PROPERTY

Selling a property is a big decision. Whether it's the home you live in, a second home, or an investment property, the decision to list a property for sale is oftentimes the first step in a major life transition. 

There are many considerations when it comes to selling your home and selecting the right real estate agent is crucial in making this as smooth a process as possible.

 

Things to consider:

What does your next chapter look like? Determining your needs and next steps after the sale is important to determine before listing.

 

What is your home worth? Figuring out how to price your property has never been more important and working with an agent who knows the market will help you find that sweet spot. Pricing it too high could leave you frustrated with the lack of activity. Pricing it too low could leave money on the table—funds that should be in your pocket. 

 

How do I prepare my house for sale?

 

What should I expect once it's active on the market?

What happens when we get an offer?

How does closing and convenience work?

A trusted realtor—who is attentive and ready to work hard for you—can make this dynamic process a breeze.

Are you thinking about selling your home? If so, contact Gina today for a “no pressure” chat. 

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