Ruth and Tony
We entered the real estate market with trepidation and misgivings, having heard all the horror stories about bidding wars and bursting bubbles, and felt very intimidated at the prospect of…
Buying my first home was a intimidating process. Kim and her team made it as easy as possible. Her expertise in the Toronto area really helped in finding the perfect…
Kevin and Lauren
Our experience with Kim was fantastic. She helped us buy our house six years ago and again to sell it just recently. I felt so comfortable with her and Sam.…
Johanna and Zach
We loved working with Kim. She was totally professional, thoughtful and made us feel confident as we embarked on selling and then buying our new home. She has a great…
Toni and Charlie
Kim has an incredibly detailed knowledge of all neighbourhoods we looked at and provided levelled, professional advice during all stages of the buying process. Kim and her team had the…
I like working with people who have never bought a home before. For them, the processes can be somewhere between totally exciting and completely terrifying, or both at the same time. And that makes sense to me of course. With the level of investment that buying your first home represents, there’s more on the line than most have ever dealt with before.
The investment is large, it’s personal, and it’s long-term.
So what makes me particularly enjoy working with them? Because doing my job right means I am upping the enjoyment factor and reducing the stress. By knowing what I’m doing, and by passing on the benefit of my experience, my first-time buyers can relax and enjoy the ride.
For them, it’s a matter of choices and decisions. I take away the fear factor. I give good, practical advice. And I am diligent about minding the details that make such a difference in this business.
Buying your first home means you may not always have the same budget at your disposal as people with established holdings, but I’ve found that the market will almost always have something that’s a good fit. I enjoy finding and presenting those opportunities. I always tell them not to worry; we’re just going out to look at a house. If it’s right for you, we’ll get started buying your first home. If it’s not, we’ll just keep looking until we find the house that is.