Advice for Edmonton
Home Buyers

Trisha Zimmerling shares her market intelligence

Buying a home can be a daunting experience. No worries. Edmonton realtor Trisha Zimmerling is there to help you through the process, every step of the way. She’s passionate about researching the Edmonton real estate market and is more than eager to share her market intelligence. Better yet, she works hard to make sure that buying your home is an easy-going, fun and memorable experience.

“Once we found our home I was actually sad our time with her was coming to an end.”

Melinda Jones

Getting to know you

Trisha takes the time to get to know a home buyer’s needs. From the start of the process of searching to that exciting moment when you get the keys, Trisha works hard to make sure you know everything you need to know about your new house and your new neighbourhood. It helps her to find that “perfect fit” for you.

When to make an offer

For many home buyers, knowing when to write an offer is the biggest hurdle. “I don’t pressure people,” says Trisha. “I tell my clients if they were to go home and find out someone else was interested in the house, how would that feel to them? That’s a good way to help you know how you want to proceed.”

Market intelligence is key

Trisha is seasoned in the Edmonton real estate market and she’s happy to share her research so you make an informed choice as a home buyer. Her research lets you know when you’re in competition and when you should – or shouldn’t – be making an offer. 

Here’s an added bonus of Trisha’s market intelligence: it helps you negotiate the best possible price for your dream home. 

Great connections 

Trisha has great connections with all the key players involved in buying a house: mortgage companies, home inspectors, insurance for home/fire, life insurance, and mortgage life insurance, and the best Edmonton real estate lawyers.

Edmonton home buyer’s check list

Are you ready to buy? Trisha’s easy-to-follow checklist will help you through the process.

  1. Speak to your lender
  2. Obtain your pre-approval
  3. Speak to your realtor
  4. Plan your search
  5. Prepare for an offer
  6. Write an offer
  7. Lender works on finance approval
  8. Sign mortgage documents
  9. Perform property inspection
  10. Review Real Property Report (RPR)
  11. Adjust offer if needed after inspection
  12. Remove conditions
  13. Choose a lawyer
  14. Set up home insurance and utilities
  15. Meet lawyers to sign documents
  16. Receive your keys on possession day!