Location: Downtown Toronto Real Estate Agent & Listings

Questions To Ask The Real Estate Agent When Buying in Downtown Toronto

When searching for your new home, whether it be a condo, townhouse, house or new development, enquire about the asking price and compare to similar homes in the neighbourhood. Next, ask about the history and condition of the home, as well as the location. You also want to be aware of all the possible costs of buying, and for first time buyers consult my Buyer’s Orientation Package. I will be happy to answer your questions.

Who Pays Real Estate Agent Commission And Fees?

The seller pays the real estate agent’s commission as it is usually considered in the selling price. With Andrew Doumont, this is a one percent commission, with no hidden fees. When buying a property, you need to consider both the selling agent’s commission as well as the buying agent’s commission. As a low commission realtor, I focus on making my clients happy and gaining referrals. If you like buying with me, one day you may choose to sell your home with me too.

388 Yonge St Unit 6616, Toronto Condo for Sale

388 Yonge St Unit 6616, Toronto Condo for Sale

2+1 2 1319 Rented
375 King St W Unit 2202, Toronto Condo for Sale

375 King St W Unit 2202, Toronto Condo for Sale

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375 King St Unit 706, Toronto Condo for Sale

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399 Adelaide St W Unit 202, Toronto Condo

399 Adelaide St W Unit 202, Toronto Condo

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110 Charles St East Unit 603, Toronto Condo

110 Charles St East Unit 603, Toronto Condo

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