Our Services


Where to start?
Sometimes it can feel overwhelming when choosing a new home, we can help you narrow down your options to save you time and money in the long run, we can advise you on getting your home inspections done and will provide you with the protection you need.

We can help you find a home in the right place and at the right price. We can connect you with excellent mortgage advisers who can 
advise you and find the best rates available on the market.




One of the most difficult things to do if you do not have an Agent to represent you. We look out for your interests listing your home on the MLS, getting a professional photographer to take photos, conduct and manage Open Houses. 

We give you accurate comparables to help you decide on the best price to sell your home for and tidily negotiate with Buyer Agents on your behalf for the best price.





We have a number of LOTS that we are currently selling and are also connected to a range of builders who have Lots for sale, we can help you choose your Lot and negotiate the best price for you.




We can help you build your own custom designed home to your specific needs, we have some very experienced builders that we work with on New Construction and can give you exactly what you want at an affordable price.




If you are a First-time Homebuyer, we can help you get into your first home at special loan rates that are offered to first time buyers. We can have you work with our excellent Senior Credit Loan Officer who can help you help you get qualified for a mortgage.




We can also help you if you are looking to buy property for investment purposes.




We also work with an excellent Senior Credit Loan Officer who specializes in helping our clients repair their credit and build it to where it needs to be for them to qualify for a mortgage.



Journal Update

We log all important developments for your buy or sale in our Journal Update and keep you informed of our efforts and work on your behalf with contracts and agents as your project develops.


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