Rare Opportunity in High Park Village


Steps Away from a playground and Park, This Fantastic Home at  601 Shoreline Drive Cooksville Mississauga Is Situated Next Door To All Your Much Needed Amenites Including Schools(Father Daniel Zanon) & Stores; Loblaws, Lcbo, Home Depot, Canadian Tire, Farmer’s Market, Shopper’s Drugmart, Subway, Mcdonalds and TD Bank Are Also Located In Plaza On Other Side. Huge Park W/Baseball&Soccer Fields Is Right Next To High Park Village. Single Bus To Sq 1,Cooksville Go&Subway Stations,This House Compasses Convenience At Dr Step.2 Full B/R&Powder Rm

Video tour of home at Shoreline Drive Cooksville Mississauga:

Sam Marji-Peel South Realtor

As a professional Mississauga Real Estate Agent I feel that it is important to reach out to my clients and target audience in any which way possible to inform them of vision and services. In doing so, I have released the first of many corporate video’s in the aim of explaining my core values. I find that a video message is a personable and direct approach to getting my message across to those that are interested in buying and selling real property.

My vision is to serve my clients by ensuring that they get the education and communication they need to make the most informed decision for their families and for themselves, thereby creating the best possible experience in the real estate transaction.

My mission is to make the buying and selling of Mississauga Real Estate as cost effective as possible while maintaining the highest level of service. As a Mississauga Real Estate Agent, I will provide accurate and up-to-date information, skilled analysis and sound real estate advice. I continually explore new ideas and technology, to make the selling and buying of real estate faster, less costly, and easier.

sam marji

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Are You Pre-Approved or Pre-Qualified? What’s the Difference?

Pre-Approved or Pre-Qualified - What's the difference?

Pre-Approved or Pre-Qualified – What’s the difference?

Without good preparation, many buyers get sucked into the mistaken notion that if a lender pre-qualifies them for a mortgage this means that they have been pre-approved for a home loan. Unfortunately, there’s a world of difference between pre-Approved or pre-qualified. If you’ve ever been confused by the two, I will bring you up to speed on how these terms differ.

Getting pre-qualified is the initial step in the mortgage process, and it’s fairly simple. You supply a bank or lender with your overall financial picture, including your debt, income and assets. After evaluating this information, a lender can give you an idea of the mortgage amount for which you qualify. Pre-qualification can be done over the phone or on the internet, and there is usually no cost involved. Loan pre-qualification does not include an analysis of your credit report or an in-depth look at your ability to purchase a home.

The initial pre-qualification step allows you to discuss any goals or needs you may have regarding your mortgage with your lender. At this point, a lender can explain your various mortgage options and recommend the type that might be best suited to your situation. Because it’s a quick procedure, and based only on the information you provide to the lender, your pre-qualified amount is not a sure thing; it’s just the amount for which you might expect to be approved. For this reason, a pre-qualified buyer doesn’t carry the same weight as a pre-approved buyer who has been more thoroughly investigated.

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Do I really need a Home Inspector?

What quality of work to look for in the best home inspector?

What quality of work to look for in the best home inspector?

Home inspection represents a key piece of the home-buying process. A home inspector provides an expert eye that gives an invaluable assessment of the biggest investment a buyer will make.

The best home inspector can ease the process and make sure there’s no surprises. A bad home inspector can jeopardize a sale, hurting both sides of the real estate equation.

Here are a few ways to protect yourself against an unqualified home inspector.

1. A lot of information about inspections aims at buyers, but they can help sellers. You may even want to invest in an inspection before you put the home on the market, so you can fix potential issues, adjust the price point, or know what to expect at the negotiating table. Remember to prep as much as you can to make the inspector’s job easier.

2. When hiring a home inspector, make sure the person doing the inspection is recommended by a reliable source. You can consult the Better Business Bureau in your municipality or the Ontario Association of Home Inspectors to find a professional home inspector in your area. Ask friends and relatives who recently bought for recommendations. Your real estate agent might have someone they trust as well.

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Are you trying to sell your vacant Mississauga Home?

To sell an empty home has challenges: buyers need visual aids to help them imagine using the space themselves

To sell an empty home has challenges: buyers need visual aids to help them imagine using the space themselves

Selling an empty home has some benefits: you don’t have to negotiate move out versus move in dates, for example. But there are also challenges.
When prospective home buyers view photographs of vacant homes in their internet search, it’s hard for them to get a sense of room sizes, how the room is used, and the actual layout of the home.

The buyer also may have questions about why you are selling an empty home. For example, is there something wrong with the home that it is not selling?
Is the home overpriced? These questions and others mean many vacant properties are passed over by buyers. You may have a perfectly valid reason for moving that has nothing to do with your on-the-market house—for example, a job change—but buyers don’t know that.

Even if an empty home snags a few visitors, buyers often make higher offers on properties that are furnished and occupied. Buyers entering an unfurnished home struggle to imagine their own furnishings within the space of the rooms.

They also will assume if a property is vacant, the seller is desperate.

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What can a Moving Company do for you?

Hiring a moving company that makes the process as smooth as possible

Hiring a moving company that makes the process as smooth as possible

Moving from one place to another can be very stressful. This is usually the case when you are planning and doing the moving on your own. There are simply too many things that need to be taken into consideration and too many things that need to be organized and people who don’t have professional experience in this field will definitely miss something or do something wrong. It is therefore highly recommended to use professional moving services.

Moving companies are companies offering services that include moving. These companies handle all the things related to the moving process from packing and loading to transporting and unloading of your things. These are some standard services that professional moving companies offer but of course depending on the company they can offer some extra services or they can be focused only on certain aspects of the moving process.Top moving companies are offering high quality services that allow users to finish this process without worries.

Many people can confirm that hiring a moving company is the best option when it comes to relocation. No matter if you are moving to a place that is close to your current location or some place that is far away you will still have to go through the same procedure – packing, loading, transportation, unloading. Professional moving companies have experience in this field and they can plan and proceed with the moving process in the right way. With their help you can be sure that some fragile items will be safe during transportation and on top of that they will pack everything quickly.

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The Mistakes We make when selecting a neighbourhood

Questions to ask to avoid mistakes choosing the wrong neighbourhood

Questions to ask to avoid mistakes choosing the wrong neighbourhood

What made you choose the neighbourhood you’re in right now? Did you like how close it was to your job, or was it close to a major transportation hub? Were you drawn in by how many families live on the block, or did you love how many young professionals lived in the area? We all have different reasons for why we choose where we live today, but some of them may not have been good ones. Some people claim that their neighbourhood just “felt right,” but choosing your next living location based on how you feel isn’t very smart. Here’s how to avoid mistakes when choosing a neighbourhood.

You have found a house that you are absolutely in love with. It’s everything you’ve ever dreamed of and it’s close to your friends, but there are a few small things. The neighbourhood has a slightly high crime rate, traffic can be a nightmare, but you are just so in love with the house! Don’t make the mistake of ignoring some of those glaring problems. Eventually the newness and novelty of your new home will wear off, and those “minor” problems will start to seem much bigger.

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City vs Country – Which is the Better Place to Live?

City vs country - what to consider when deciding what is best for you

City vs country – what to consider when deciding what is best for you

It’s been a much heated issue for some time, whether to live in the city or head out to the suburbs. Depending on your age and where you are in your life, this decision can be an easy one, or it can be quite difficult. When you are in your 20s, kids, a house and a daily minivan commute into the city for work is probably the furthest thing from your mind.

Often when first buying into the market, one is single and think “location, location, location.” The lure of the city with its convenient public transportation, nightlife and employment opportunities are overpowering.

The challenge is that location and budget do not align. Your precious dollars will only stretch so far in the city and compromise tends to be the final factor in your decision.

Your dream home with a garden may require your dream location to take a back seat. Or your dream location may translate into a cozy dwelling in the sky, where personal space is your sacrifice.

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Common Causes of Basements Smelling like Sewer’s

How to eliminate basement odor - do's and don'ts

How to eliminate basement odor – do’s and don’ts

When you open your basement door, a foul smell fills your nose and you just can’t locate its source. This is a huge problem for many. In addition, it’s embarrassing to invite friends and family over. This is definitely a situation that has to be resolved as quickly as possible. Indeed, noxious fumes might indicate the kind of sewage problems that can eventually cause illnesses, so call your plumber without delay. He or she is the best person to solve this smelly mystery.

If you’re tempted to try and solve the problem yourself, you should be aware that some actions are not recommended in this situation. For example, you should never put the following products down a toilet in order to get eliminate basement odor:

-odour neutralizer tablets or liquids
-unblocking products
-descaling products
-coffee grains
-washing soda or baking soda

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5 or 10 Year Mortgage Term. What’s the Difference?

How to choose the best mortgage term and rate for your financial future

How to choose the best mortgage term and rate for your financial future

For the past 20 years mortgage rates have been falling and as a consequence, it has always been more advantageous to go with a variable rate mortgage. However, with rates at historic lows and expected to rise in the future the ground rules have changed. Mortgage debates are no longer focusing on whether to consider a fixed or variable mortgage but how long to lock in for. Five year rates are offered for as low as 2.79% versus the 10 year which are offered as low as 3.79%.

Unless you are planning on being mortgage free within the next 10 years it’s pretty much a no-brainer. With rates set to head substantially higher within the next 5 years, locking in the best fixed rate mortgage for 10 years may be a prudent thing to do as long as the mortgage is transferable and assumable.

Transferrable means if you move to another property you can transfer that same 10 year mortgage to the new property. Assumable means the mortgage can be assumed by the new buyer of your house if you no longer need the mortgage. Therefore if rates are higher at the time of sale of your house, you can offer it to the buyer to assume which would give you a huge marketing advantage over other houses on the market.

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