Hi I'm Rob!
a Fredericton REALTOR® passionate about helping you with a creative and personal approach to real estate. Whether buying or selling, I will put my experience to work for you. Let’s work together to find tomorrow’s home, today!
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How much does closing really cost? – The blog of a first time home buyer
This part was probably the biggest shocker to me, the actual cost of buying a home. Spoiler alert, it’s not just the 5% you need for a down-payment! Here how much my house actually ended up costing. Down payment – $10,000 The down-payment…
The road to ownership – The blog of a first time home buyer
Your offer is accepted and you nearly have the keys to your new house, congrats! There’s just a few steps, called conditions, that you have to take that will take your accepted offer to a sold home. Typically, you’ll have around two weeks to take…
Offers and counter offers – The blog of a first time home buyer
You’ve found a house you love (or like, it doesn’t have to be a love-at-first-sight kind of deal) and you’re ready to make an offer, what happens next? Firstly, this process is going to be an exercise in teamwork and trust between you and…
What do you do when you find “the one” – The blog of a first time home buyer
You’ve been to open houses, you’ve checked out some houses with your REALTOR®️, and you’ve found something you could call home!! Yay! But… what now? Well, first, before I get to that, I do understand that I kind of skipped the “Look at houses with…
Why I didn’t use the First Time Home Buyer’s Incentive – The blog of a first time home buyer
A hot topic around election time (and my home purchasing time) was how to improve housing affordability for the average Canadian, and particularly, the first time home buyer. I’m not going to go into any politics, but I will go into what we got right…