House Hunting Survival Guide

House Hunting Survival Guide

Dear Friend,

Here’s a quick note to let you know how I can help you—or anyone you feel comfortable introducing me to.

The actual physical part of hunting for a house—getting into and out of the car repeatedly, going up and down stairs, in and out of houses—is exhausting. Here are several things a house-hunter should think about before beginning that fun, but demanding experience.

First, they should bring water. House hunting is dehydrating. Second, wear sensible shoes and comfortable clothes. Third, take breaks every third house or so. And fourth, realize things can go wrong. Sellers can change appointments, keys don’t work, or listings contain the wrong instructions. If it happens, the job of a smart real estate consultant is to figure out a new plan and make it work for the buyer.

If you, or anyone you know, is thinking about buying a home and wants a positive, productive house-hunting experience, call me at 514-266-0419or email me at and I’ll send a copy of my free report, How to Buy a House With Little (or No) Money Down.

Gabriela Jonas, Your Real Estate Consultant For Life
Century2 Pro-Services , 514-266-0419

P.S.  Who’s the next person you know who’s thinking about buying a home? Please connect us so I can help them.


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