Tagged : Collingwood Real Estate

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We are so fortunate to have amazing support and the trust of our very loyal clients. It is our pleasure to be part of your lives, to make great things happen, create memorable moves and to assist you in moving to the next stages of your lives. We are blessed that you chose to confide in us with some of the biggest decisions you'll ever make. Our team couldn't do this without you! Thank you. 

From the Jen Scholte Team 

Jen Scholte, Broker & Team Leader

Mike Scholte, Broker & Team Operations 

Jill Jeffery, Sales Representative 

Melissa Barrett, Executive Administrator & Client Care Coordinator 

 

#2 Team In Century 21 Millennium Inc. Northern Operations 

Centurion Award Recipient 

#10 Brokerage in Canada

 

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There are Two Ways Realtors Work: 

1. Transactional

To many Realtors it's purely business, and purely transactional. The realtors that work purely on numbers, identifying clients, closing the deal and then moving on to the next one. 

2. Referral 

Taking time to nurture your relationship with your clients, get to know them, really care for them and have their best interests at heart. Maintain a relationship with them after the deal has closed. And because they took the time to care and make their clients a priority, those clients are happy to refer them to their friends and family because of the outstanding service and care. 

Why We Choose to Work by Referrals: 

Since our primary source of new business is referrals from people who know

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It’s now spring, the water is warming up (so we hope!) and the Real Estate Market is waking up from it’s winter slumber! What are the trends and the expectations we are seeing for this Spring Market?

What We’re Expecting:

We expect real estate in our area, Wasaga Beach, Collingwood, Blue Mountain, Meaford and Clearview to remain strong in 2018 despite the cooling of sales and home prices. The past couple years have been rigours and challenging to navigate for both buyers and sellers.

In 2018 we are looking forward to working together from the perspective of ‘right sizing’, ‘investing’ and ‘building our communities’. We are expected to see balance in our marketplace.

According to CMHA the market may cool in certain price points or

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You’ve been saving for your down payment, you’ve been looking online, and you’ve been thinking of your ‘must have’ list. The budget is set, and you’ve determined your prime location(s). Perhaps you’ve even begun looking at potential new homes! But there are a few questions still to consider when getting ready to buy your first home, or your second, third, or final home.

Have you thought about which type of purchase you’d like to make? Do you want a freehold property, a land lease, or a condo? Do you know the difference between the three? Here, we will break these down to help you determine which decision is right for you! The Jen Scholte Team is here to assist you in determining the best strategy for your move. 

What is a Freehold?

 

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Posting Notice Received! You've received notification that you're being posted to CFB Borden or CFB Meaford, now what? 

The Jen Scholte Team is proud to be your knowledgeable and experienced 'go to' team in solving your housing needs and leaving you with a seamless and easy transition. Below is a checklist to ensure we have all details covered in preparation for your house hunting trip. 

  1. If you have noted properties of interest, need more information about the area, have questions about schools, and need to plan for your transition - we'd like to make this easy by having a preliminary phone consultation and introduction. 
  2. If you have a wish list, feel free to share and we can get started searching for you.
  3. Let's discuss any special
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The Jen Scholte Team Reminds You To Spring Forward This Weekend

Spring is just around the corner! On Sunday March 11th at 2:00am we "spring forward" 1 hour into daylight savings time. Sadly however, we lose an hour of sleep which can be hard on the body and have consequences. 

Here are some tips for a healthy and happy transition into Daylight Savings! 

  1. Start going to bed earlier. Even 15 minutes early for a few days prior will help your body acclimate quicker
  2. Adjust the timing of your daily routines, such as eating dinner a touch earlier 
  3. Spring forward early in the evening on Saturday. Set your clocks an hour ahead Saturday evening and go to bed at your "normal" time. By doing so you're prepping early for the change giving your body an
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