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Welcome to OsoyoosHomes.com,

 

 

Your Osoyoos Real Estate Information Center


Alina Lovin, RE/MAX Osoyoos, BC

Here you'll find resources to assist you with all your real estate needs in South Okanagan especially Osoyoos, and surrounding areas. I am dedicated to selling your home or finding you that Okanagan dream home you are searching for. You are invited to browse my website and call or e-mail me with any questions you have about buying or selling a home in Osoyoos - South Okanagan - British Columbia.

My clients advantage… when selling

If you own property in OSOYOOS that you're thinking of selling, I would be happy to provide you with a FREE Market Evaluation, market and neighborhood real estate trends, reports and statistics.

Beat your competition with my UNIQUE, EXCLUSIVE MARKETING STRATEGY, and get your home SOLD FASTER and for MORE MONEY.

My clients advantage… when buying

In today's competitive real estate market, timing is everything. Many good homes are sold before they are ever advertised.

Beat other homebuyers to the hottest new homes for sale with my absolutely FREE New Listings Notification System, and get your personal LIST OF OKANAGAN HOT NEW LISTINGS: houses, condos, lots waterfront or luxury property, in your price range and preferred area, every day!

If you have any questions about buying or selling property in Osoyoos or anywhere in South Okanagan Valley of British Columbia, please contact me, as I'm more than willing to help.

 

Sincerely,
ALINA LOVIN,  B.Sc., CRS, RCC, CNHS, CLHS, ABR, SRES
Your Osoyoos Real Estate Agent 






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Buying A Home: The Basics of Making an Offer...

A written proposal is the foundation of a real estate transaction. Oral promises are not legally enforceable when it comes to the sale of real estate. Therefore, you need to enter into a written contract, which starts with your written proposal. This proposal not only specifies price, but also all the terms and conditions of the purchase. For example, if the seller offered to help with $2,000 toward your closing costs, make sure that's included in your written offer and in the final completed contract, or you won't have grounds for collecting it later. Read More...
 
Buying A Home: Why You Need A Realtor...

Your REALTOR® can help you with negotiations and inspections. There are many negotiating factors, including but not limited to price, financing, terms, date of possession and often the inclusion or exclusion of repairs and furnishings or appliances. The purchase agreement should allow time for you to complete appropriate inspections and investigations of the property before you are bound to complete the purchase. Your agent can advise you as to which investigations and inspections are recommended or required. Read More...
 
Buying A Home: What You Should Be Aware Of...

Residential real estate is sold “as is” so a professional building inspection is always a good idea and highly recommended. There is no such thing as a perfect house. Many components of a house wear out over time such as roofs, furnaces, hot water tanks etc. To avoid surprises after the fact, an inspection is worth the cost. Read More...
 
Selling Your Home: When is the Best Time...

People decide to sell for a wide variety of reasons. It could be a work- related move, expansion to make space for new arrivals, or less need for space due to a reduction in the number of family members living at home. Some people just fancy a change every once in a while and others decide to cash in when they think they’ve ridden price rises as far as they can. Read More...
 
Selling Your Home: Why You Want a Realtor...

Real estate transactions are among the largest financial investments that most people make. A trained professional can help make the experience pleasant and rewarding. In fact, with the assistance of a real estate professional, property sells faster and for more money. Read More...
 
Selling Your Home: When You Get An Offer...

When an offer comes in, you can accept it exactly as it stands, refuse it (seldom a useful response) or make a counteroffer to the buyers with the changes you want. In evaluating a purchase offer, you should estimate the amount of cash you'll walk away with when the transaction is complete. For example, when you're presented with two offers at the same time, you may discover you're better off accepting the one with the lower sale price if the closing date on the other asks you wait six months. Read More...

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