Natalia  Feldman

Natalia Feldman

Sales Representative

RE/MAX Realtron Realty Inc., Brokerage*

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What’s More Important, Style or Location?

What’s more important when it comes to buying a home? The style and size of the house, or the neighbourhood that the home is in?

We posed this question to our RE/MAX Influencers—a panel consisting of RE/MAX Sales Associates throughout Canada—to get
their thoughts on what’s more important: style or location?


They Myth of Selling Over Asking

Bidding wars used to be a trademark Toronto strategy for home buyers. In a recent Globe and Mail article, it was revealed that home buyers are testing sellers with the strategy of low balling a property listing.

What Are The Risks of Selling a Home Yourself?


We’ve all seen the videos, read the stories, and gasped at the images of people who thought they could conquer a project that would have been better left to the professionals. There are entire Pinterest boards reserved for those who have failed, and compilation videos on YouTube.

Buy First or Sell First?

If you are a homeowner and you decide to enter the market, you’re faced with a difficult question: Especially if you’ve never sold your home before.

Do you buy your next home before selling? Or do you sell your current home before buying?

We reached out to our RE/MAX Influencers—a panel consisting of RE/MAX Sales Associates from throughout Canada—to find out their opinion on whether homeowners who are re-entering the market should buy first or sell first.

Tenant Insurance-Why You Should Get It

You finally found a rental in your price range and your application has been accepted. Horary!!! In today’s crazy rental
market in the GTA we both know it wasn’t easy. You ordered the movers, you changed the utilities on your name and
you are all set to move in. Unfortunately many forget or don’t think of one more critical step; getting tenant insurance.

About 50 per cent of renters in Canada don’t have insurance, according to the Insurance Bureau of Canada.

Don’t Forget That Final Walk Through

You have finally found your perfect home, put in an offer, and after a bit of back and forth you finally
had it accepted. Hopefully as part of your contract you have also included additional visits; usually there
is more than one.

I strongly suggest that you keep one of your visits for your final walk through. The final walk through is
the only way for you to really see that your getting the home you fell in love with.

Confirm That Agreed-Upon Repairs Are Done

Can a Landlord Evict a Tenant During a Sale of the Property?

Did you come back home and found a for sale sign on you the property you are renting? What
happens next? Is a landlord permitted to ask you to leave? The short answer is no, however, a landlord
is allowed to sell a property anytime, unconditionally. A landlord doesn’t have to tell you, the tenant,
but obviously you would know, because unless it’s a private deal, there would be a sign on the lawn and
there will be people coming through for showings.

What is Tarion?

Tarion was created by the Government of Ontario in 1976 to administer the Ontario New Home
Warranties Plan Act. Its primary purpose is to protect consumers of new homes by ensuring that
builders abide the provincial legislation.

​​In addition to deposit protection and delayed closing compensation, homeowners may be entitled to the following:

One Year Warranty

What is Interim Occupancy and How it Affects You

When you purchase a brand new condo and finally get the keys to your suite, many
buyers are surprised to find out that their new home is not theirs yet. Although this is an
exciting phase in the new home ownership process, it is actually not the “ownership” phase. 
It’s called “interim occupancy” and it allows a builder to finish construction while also
organizing an orderly move-in process for what could be hundreds of buyers. And with so many
moving parts, this takes time, coordination and money to be done properly.

Understanding Pre Construction Assignment- Advantages and Risks of Assignments for Buyers

With an assignment, the Seller is actually selling their interest in a property (in other words,
their contract with the builder). They aren’t selling the actual condo (as they don’t own it yet); they
are selling their promise to purchase a property.

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