Dear David, My wife and I have lived in our house since our kids were young. Now they’re grown, and we are retired. We’ve decided to purchase a new-construction condo that should be ready in about two years. It’s one of the largest units in the building, and is set right on the transit line.
Dear David, My wife and I have owned a rental property for 30 years. We paid it off some time ago, but are retiring soon and no longer want to manage it. Our long-term tenants have expressed an interest in buying the home and say they have a large down payment. How do we go
Dear David, Our youngest got married and moved back home so he and his wife can save for a condo. Space is tight, so we’re looking for a place with an in-law suite. We’re getting our current home ready to sell, and the bolder accent walls could use a coat of paint. My husband thinks
Dear David, We retired four years ago and started our search for the perfect downsizing home. We finally bought a property last week and put our current house on the market. Our agent advised us to hold offers, but we just received an early offer with a great price and no conditions. Should we jump
Dear David, Our high-end executive home has been on the market since last fall. It’s one of the nicer houses in an exclusive neighbourhood. We initially got great feedback from our showings, but no offers. We dropped the price and had another wave of showings, but still no “serious” offers. We recently got a lowball
Dear David, We are ready to move out of our starter home and purchase something larger. My wife and I were newlyweds when we bought our current house. Now we’re a family of five with three young kids. Should we bring the children on showings with us so they can pick out their bedrooms? –