Beat out other buyers to Hot New Listings

How to Receive Priority Access to ALL New Listings That Match Your Home Buying Criteria

In the Greater Sudbury Area the market is extremely HOT.  You as a VIP Buyer need every competitive advantage you can get to beat other Buyers to the best listings even BEFORE they hit the market.  FASTER THAN REALTOR.CA!

Here’s how it works…

Our Exclusive Buyer Profile System saves you Time and Money.  Simply tell us what you’re looking for and get priority access to ALL homes that match your criteria, including Bank Foreclosures, Company Owned Properties and other Distress Sales.

No more wasted time looking at outdated information in newspapers, real estate magazines or scouring the internet.  Priority access means you’re there first before other buyers, so you can negotiate the lowest possible price and your time is not wasted viewing homes that don’t interest you.

It’s easy to get started…

Click her to enroll in our VIP Buyer Program.

 


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