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Fresh thinking in real estate | the HomeBuyer’s website

Every now and then we discover an interesting real estate website that we just have to recommend to readers of this blog. Here, in their own words, is a description the new version of the Realosophy site which was recently re-launched for home-buyers in Toronto area.

Our Story

Like so many first-time Home-Buyers, each of us found the idea of Home-Ownership a bit overwhelming. What could we afford? Which neighbourhoods would allow us to live the lifestyle we gravitated towards? Did we have to work with one of those real estate agents that made us kind of nervous? And what the heck was mortgage loan insurance anyway? We decided to do something about our shared experience—something we call Realosophy.

Our Way

Today, realosophy.com helps Toronto HomeBuyers make smarter decisions throughout the real estate transaction. We strive to make neighbourhood profiles, school performance reports and a comprehensive HomeBuyers Guide accessible to all of our users—no email address or other personal info required. It’s what we call fresh thinking.

Also, check-out the great Home-Buyers blog: Move Smartly.

August 2, 2007 in Canadian Real Estate Market | Permalink


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One of the greatest and most obvious reasons to consider buying a home is the interest rates. Interest rates today, are some of the lowest rates that we have seen in years. It is possible that they will go even lower. You may think that getting a home loan in order to take advantage of these rates is impossible. Although credit standards and loan approval may be higher than before, obtaining a loan is well within the reach of homebuyers with a good credit rating and a steady income that can support the monthly mortgage payments.

Posted by: torontohomeandhouse123 | Jun 11, 2010 4:47:37 AM

Thank you for the post and for the kind words.

I hope your readers enjoy both the site and the blog.

Posted by: John Pasalis | Aug 3, 2007 1:46:18 AM

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