Brides and Grooms Beware:Top 10 Buying Mistakes


Top 10 Buying Mistakes

By:Dino Di Saverio

Much like planning your wedding, purchasing your first home will require careful thought, planning and preparation. Avoid rushing yourselves through the process, or thinking that a decision has to be made on the spot. Take your time to do the necessary research and follow the steps of the home-buying process prudently. Real estate professionals can offer plenty of advice, but do keep in mind that not all professionals have your best interest at heart. Ultimately, it’s going to be up to you and your fiancé to make sure that you are making the right decisions. (more…)

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Brides: The Law Behind Buying Your First Home


Dino Di Saverio

What You Should Know Before Signing the Dotted Line…

Some time ago, I had the privilege of speaking to a well renowned, Oakville Real Estate Lawyer, Robert Rose.  With over 30 years in the business he has worked with countless clients, closing an estimated 1000 deals per year.  Mr. Rose has a solid grasp of the real estate market and can provide clients with an abundance of useful information and legal advice, especially to young couples searching for their first home. (more…)

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Dino Di Saverio gives GTA brides some advice on another important step for a bride and groom…buying their first house!

Now that you’ve made the commitment to get married and start a life together, the next biggest decision you’ll make is finding that perfect place to call home. The one mistake that most young couples make is thinking that they can’t afford a home, and convince themselves that their only option to becoming first time homeowners is to rent or lease. With the high cost of weddings these days, many couples find themselves struggling to put money aside for a home as they watch their savings deplete. For some, the financial burden of saving money is compounded by having to repay school and/or car loans. Needless to say, the idea of even thinking about buying a home is a daunting one, especially for those who think that in order to buy, they must have at least $80,000 lying around for a sizeable down payment. (more…)

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