Make your next house sale or purchase a homerun with the latest edition of this celebrated Canadian guide
In the Fifth Edition of Buying and Selling a Home For Canadians For Dummies, best-selling authors and real estate experts Douglas Gray and Peter Mitham unpack the good, the bad, and the "I can't believe I didn't think of that" of buying or selling a home in Canada. Buyers will discover the answers to the questions that have kept them up at night, from whether they need an agent to what they should look for in a new home. Sellers will find out how to price their home for maximum value, the real costs associated with real estate sales, and how to list their place.
Real estate doesn't have to be intimidating. Gray and Mitham show you how to navigate a home sale or purchase with skill and confidence and have fun doing it. You'll:
* Identify unique, regional issues you should consider whether you're buying a condo in Toronto or a two-bedroom in Yellowknife
* Discover how to maximize your home's asking price by presenting it in its best light
* Learn the tricks of the trade when it comes to finding hidden gems and diamonds in the rough in a seller's market
Perfect for first-time home buyers and sellers as well as people who've been around the block a few times, Buying and Selling a Home For Canadians For Dummies is the ultimate guide for Canucks who are looking for expert help throughout this seriously important and exciting process.
Douglas Gray was educated at Wellington College and Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand. He moved to Oxford in 1954, and spent his academic life there, first as a Fellow of Pembroke College, then from 1980 as the first J. R. R. Tolkien Professor at Lady Margaret Hall. His numerous publications include Later Medieval English Literature, The Oxford Book of Late Medieval Verse and Prose, Ihe Oxford Companion to ChaucerR, and the
Peguin edition of The Selected Poems of Robert Henryson and William Dunbar.