Like many Ontario Villages, St. Agatha has a lot of community spirit. Never is that more evident than at the town's annual StrawberryFest, a celebration of summer's start sponsored by the local Lions' Club. Live music, games, and indulgence in a wide range of dishes featuring the newly ripe berries make the residents wish every day was a festival.
Located in Wilmot Township, St. Agatha's heritage sprang from its early settlement by German immigrants of widely varying faiths. Despite their theological differences, the town's Amish, Roman Catholic, Lutheran, and Mennonite residents came together to create a thriving community. That sense of community remains to this day.
Residents can enjoy down-home cooking at the two local restaurants "Angie's Kitchen and Kennedy's" or munch on seasonal fruits and veggies sourced from the local farm market.
Whether you are becoming a homeowner for the first time or a repeat buyer, the process of buying real estate in St Agatha can be complex and confusing -- this is why we have put together this home buyers guide to help you make an informed decision when the time comes to purchase real estate.
The very first thing you will need to do when buying a house is to establish your finances. Think about how much you are willing to spend, how much you can afford to borrow and how much you can put down towards a deposit.
Do not just focus on today -- think about the future. Before you begin shopping for real estate the best advice any REALTOR® will give is "determine your needs and wants".
Once you figure out exactly what you want in a new home or condo -- the search process will become a whole lot easier!
Here are a few questions to get on the right track.
Now that you have a budget and created a wish list -- it is time to begin searching to found that property within your price range.
It might be helpful to take notes as you may end up seeing a lot of houses in one day. Your notes will come in hand when the time comes to compare homes and track what features you did and did not like.
We will work with you to create and present an offer to the seller -- this documentation will include your price, conditions, security deposit and closing dates.
This is the day you legally get possession. Your lawyer will complete the paperwork, payments will be finalized and you will receive the deed and the keys to your new home.
For a complete and more in depth guide to buying a house -- contact us at (800) 886-4713.
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