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1. Start By Learning About The Neighborhood
It is crucial to know more about a neighborhood before deciding to purchase your home! Whether you are a family looking for a good school catchment with parks and neighborhood watch, or a young professional wanting to be near the best cafe’s and bars, we can help.
2. Learn Which Buildings Fit Your Lifestyle
Next, you want to learn more about buildings in your chosen neighborhood. Which ones have gyms? Concierge? Allow pets or allow short term rentals.
3. Contact A Local Realtor That Knows Their Stuff
As a buyer you do not pay a Realtor a dime! That’s only if you are selling. Once you found the right building in the right neighborhood, it’s time to get an expert opinion and start seeing homes!