We have a team of the best in this industry, with decades of combined experience to make the process of buying and selling homes as enjoyable as possible. We help you get maximum dollar for your home, and pay minimum commissions.
Our ListingsCom/Choice knows how to put every one of the lisitngs we represent in the best light to expedite the selling process. Each lisitng is unique, and we know how to best match the features of a home to those buyers who will love it. We know this community, and we are passionate about talking about the homes in it.
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Founded in 1996 Com/Choice is an acronym for Commission Choice, allowing the property owners to choose a service that would best meet their needs. This allows the property owner to maximize the proceeds from the sale of their property. Our commissions start at 3.9% and we pay 2.5% to the selling office to insure that your property has full exposure to all potential buyers. We also provide full MLS and Internet Service and guide you through the process of preparing your property for sale and always negotiate the best possible selling price. Our team of Realtors keep informed on market conditions and take part in ongoing seminars and continuing education. This allows up to offer our clients the best possible information and guidance in buying or selling a property. Give us a call and see how we can help you in selling or buying your next property.
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First-time home buyers to get $4,000 land transfer rebate Finance Minister Charles Sousa is giving first-time home buyers a land transfer tax rebate of up to $4,000. Sousa used Monday’s fall economic statement to announce the tax break for eligible purchasers is being doubled from $2,000. The treasurer said the measure — funded by hiking rates on houses selling for more than $2 million — will have more impact outside the Greater Toronto Area’s overheated housing market, but stressed “every little bit counts.” “It’s not going to change their capacity to pay; it’s not going to change their ability to afford the home; it is going to provide an added boost,” he told reporters. Asked if the city of Toronto — the only municipality that is allowed to charge a separate land transfer tax — should follow the province’s lead, Sousa said that’s up to council. The change takes effect on Jan. 1 — 18 months before the 2018 election.