Frequently Asked Questions

What is a CMA and why do I need one?

A comparative market analysis (CMA) is used to determine the value of your property in today’s market and setting an appropriate selling price for when you are ready. A number of factors are considered including location, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, year built, renovations undertaken and comparable properties recently sold or on the market. The findings are bundled into a report, helping you make more informed decisions when selling your property.

Is the CMA prepared by a licensed real estate appraiser?

The CMA is not prepared by a licensed real estate appraiser. While it does not comply with appraisal standards, should not be relied upon as such, can’t be used for financing, civil proceedings, financial reporting or income tax purposes, it still valuable information to you as a property owner.

What is a Market Rent appraisal?

A Market Rent Value appraisal is used to find comparable rental properties and to determine an appropriate rental price that will be accepted by the market, while ensuring you receive the maximum value possible.

Why would I want an independent property and real estate consultation?

A consultant, starts with a new prospect by discussing objectives. After learning the client’s objectives, prioritizing the comprehension of the client’s needs, listening in an active way, we get the right questions before researching, validating, processing information, and giving a recommendation.

What is a private mortgage and loan? Why do I need one?

A private mortgage and loan is made by an individual or a business that is not a traditional mortgage lender. It can be used for a new mortgage, second mortgage, refinance, bridge/interim finance, debt consolidation, renovations, renovations and flip, caveat loan or other financial obligations you might find yourself in.