The Real Estate Partners Calgary Home Buyers Guide

Take a look at our comprehensive Calgary Real Estate Buyers Guide for new home buyers and experienced buyers as well, from impact partners to the steps you need to take in order to get the best home, we cover the essentials of how to buy a home with a top real estate agent in Calgary.  

Step 1: Get Pre-Approved For Your Mortgage 

Calgary Buyers

Not being approved is like trying to drive a car with a blindfold on… It is simply a recipe for disaster!
The word  "mortgage" truly sounds a lot scarier to people than it really is. Getting yourself pre-approved
for a mortgage really provides you with the ability to know how much you can afford when you're looking at
buying a home and ensures that you are in…

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The home buying process starts with figuring out what you can afford to purchase. A 10 minute conversation with our mortgage partner will provide clarity about what you can afford or what you need to work on to be able to reach your home ownership goals!

How to start your mortgage in Calgary

As early as a year prior to purchasing, our mortgage partner starts working with our clients to position them for success in the home buying process. We want this to be an enjoyable experience for our clients. For that reason, we’ve broken the mortgage process down into 3 simple steps.

Check out our Calgary mortgage process guide below, and keep reading to see all the steps to obtaining a mortgage. 

Calgary Mortgages

  1. Schedule a 10-minute mortgage call to discuss…

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While your REALTOR should be able to guide you through the many nuances of buying and selling a home in Calgary, it’s always a good idea as a consumer to educate yourself as much as possible on the process of a real estate transaction both on the selling and purchasing side. 

Purchase contract conditions in Calgary

When purchasing or selling a home, there are conditions that you need to be aware of that a buyer may bring to the table in their offer, these can be negotiated by both parties, but there are often typical conditions that are widely accepted by the selling party in a contract as they’re quite typical in most purchase contracts. 

The financing condition

Many buyers obtain pre-approvals or are pre-qualified by their mortgage brokers, but having this does not mean you…

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