Meet one on one with you and who ever else will be involved in the buying process and decision.
Discuss the Buyer Agency Relationship Agreement and selling commission fees.
Go over your financial situation and all costs relating to the purchase. ie. Legal Costs, Property Transfer Tax, G.S.T., Survey Certificate, Title Insurance, Property Insurance, Building Inspection Reports and Bank Appraisal.
Have you meet with a mortgage broker to understand all the options and obtain a pre-approved mortgage.
Discuss all your goals, desires and needs of purchasing a home.
Discuss the pros and cons of the different neighbourhoods and types of properties available to you in your budget.
Search and locate prospective homes, email or fax them to you on a daily basis, then set up appointments for you to view.
Inspect the properties of interest with you.
Once a property has been chosen do a CMA(Comapartive Market Analysis) Report for you on the property.
Discuss the negotiation strategies and write up a Contract To Purchase offer with subject clauses that will best protect your interests.
Obtain Title Search and Property Condition Disclosure Statements and Strata Documentation, if required.
Obtain and peruse strata minutes and AGM's and notify you of any concerns.
Arrange Building Inspector to view property with you and follow up on any other conditions that are written in the Contract To Purchase. ie. Appraisal by the bank.
Fax copy of contract to the mortgage broker and confirm financing approval is in place.
Fax copy of firm contract to lawyer.
Follow up and trouble shoot until completion date.