No, buying a home should be exciting and memorable.
It reflects a significant change in your life, whether that be a sense of independence, lifestyle and/or financial, or a change of pace in family life.
But you shouldn't have to feel anxious about buying a home.
"Will house prices ever drop in BC?"
"What do I need to know as a first-time home buyer?"
"Is Surrey/Coquitlam/Maple Ridge/etc. here a good place to live in or invest?
"Will the realtor represent me truthfully?"
I get it—buying a home can often feel like playing a long game of 20 questions...
And that's exactly what I've helped first-time home buyers, changing families, and property investors make sense of...and enjoy.
You're in the right place.
...while making informed decisions that serve you and your loved ones.
It's time to redefine the experience of buying a home so you can fully take in this chapter in your life...
I'm in the business of translating what you're looking for and the state of the real estate market into actionable insights, while leaving room for you to voice your thoughts.
Because repeating market stats to you without a clear plan of action is just...cruel.