1.2 acres 16216 A and B County Rd 2 Brighton

16216 A and B County Rd 2 Brighton

It is hot on the market, 1.2 acres. Build your dream home in Brighton.

Two combined parcels of land joined together, totaling 1.2 Acres, giving you an opportunity to build a fantastic home on an elevated lot at County Rd 2 and Smith Street.

Loads of privacy! Detailed building plans to build a modern 2400 sq foot bungalow featuring 3 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and potential for a walkout basement included.

450 foot lot frontage!

Buyers to do their own due diligence by consulting the Planning Department At The Municipality For Further Info, And The Zoning By-Law Office For Additional Permitted Uses.

BOOK YOUR SHOWING NOW!

We look forward to helping you find the real estate property/ies of your dreams.  

Kirk Rickman, Victoria Carter, and Scott Horslin
TwoMoveYou Real Estate Century 21 Brighton
6 Ironwood Cres, Brighton, ON K0K 1H0
647-697-7413

Looking To Buy A Home? Work With A Professional Century 21 Realtor For FREE! TwoMoveYou

Looking To Buy A Home? Work With A Professional Century 21 Realtor For FREE! TwoMoveYou Guaranteed Real Estate, Victoria Carter (Broker), Scott Horslin (Broker) and Kirk Rickman (Realtor) are Realtors who help Buyers, including first time home buyers, investors, Seniors, down sizers, upsizers and more, find the perfect home in Northumberland, Quinte, Durham Region and the GTA.

Our Buyer services are FREE, and they are also backed up with GUARANTEES to make sure that you are well informed throughout the entire process of buying a home or condo!

Contact www.TwoMoveYou.com today at 647-697-7413.
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1471 Pine Wood School Road in Brighton For RENT

1471 Pine Wood School Road in Brighton For RENT

FURNISHED and PET FRIENDLY!

Beautiful hobby farm on 19 acres for rent!

2+2 bedroom, custom built home, is the Perfect Place for Relaxing, for Exploring, and for Building Memories… In EVERY Season!

Unique features include Hundreds of White Spruce Christmas Trees; “Santa’s” Christmas Hut; A Barn set up for woodworking with hydro, water and a wood stove; A Drive Shed; A Brick Chicken Coup; multiple trails; and Spectacular Stand-alone Pinetree Timber Dotting The Property…

If you like water, you will be able to take advantage of the scenic, serene pond; admire the 175’ of Waterfront on Cold Creek; and swim in the above ground pool!

This unique property backs onto Goodrich-Loomis Conservation area. The entire property is consumed by nature. This home is perfect for anyone who is craving a quiet and low-key lifestyle.

1431 Sq Foot Above Grade home, plus basement has features including main floor laundry, and an attached double car garage with an inside entry.

The bright, light filled Living and dining room are open concept with hardwood floors, beautiful views, and space enough to entertain your extended family gatherings. It leads into a beautiful 3 season sunroom with a south facing view, and access to deck and above ground pool.

The sun filled main floor bedrooms are warm and welcoming, each with large closets and laminate flooring.

BOOK YOUR SHOWING NOW!

We look forward to helping you find the real estate property/ies of your dreams.  

Kirk Rickman, Victoria Carter, and Scott Horslin
TwoMoveYou Real Estate Century 21 Brighton
6 Ironwood Cres, Brighton, ON K0K 1H0
647-697-7413

Fixer Upper Or Money Pit? – How to Choose the Right Fixer Upper And Still Profit

Fixer Upper Or Money Pit? – How to Choose the Right Fixer Upper And Still Profit

If you’re looking to buy a fixer upper for your next home or as an investment it pays to take caution. What may look like an easy profit may turn into a huge money pit. Here are some considerations when making your home buying decision.

When buying a fixer upper, experts recommend looking for homes that need cosmetic improvements rather than structural changes or major renovations. Cosmetic improvements can be made with a little elbow grease and a planned budget. Renovations and structural changes have a tendency to grow much larger than anyone anticipates. Costing extra time and money to get the job done. Additionally, while structural improvements may be required to make a home liveable, cosmetic changes generally have a better return on investment.

When you are considering a home purchase add up the costs to renovate the property based on a thorough assessment of the condition of the house. You will likely want to have the assistance of a home inspector and a real estate agent who has knowledge of the area. The real estate agent can advise you about what other homes in the neighborhood go for, what the schools and property values are like and if the neighborhood is on an upswing. Be very thorough and estimate on the high end. Include labor and materials. Knowing the home’s estimated market value once the renovations are complete will then help you know what your potential profit will be. Experts then recommend deducting another 5 to 10 percent for extras and unforeseen problems. They always happen if you don’t make room for them. Once you do the math, you’ll be able to determine what a fair offer is. Essentially, it’ll be the home’s estimated future worth less the expenses to fix it up.

Getting experts to help you with your labor, materials and estimated value after the renovations are complete will help you make an accurate and fair offer on the home. And always have the home inspected thoroughly so you don’t end up having to make major structural improvements that can eat away at any potential wiggle room or profits.

Buying a fixer upper is a great way to save money on a home purchase and the rewards can be significant. Buy wisely, buy cautiously and use the advice of experts to guide you and your decision.

Kirk Rickman, Victoria Carter, and Scott Horslin
TwoMoveYou Real Estate Century 21 Brighton
6 Ironwood Cres, Brighton, ON K0K 1H0
647-697-7413

Looking for a home with more space? Call TwoMoveYou Guaranteed Real Estate, Century 21 Brighton, ON

Looking for a home with more space? Call TwoMoveYou Guaranteed Real Estate, Century 21 Brighton, ON at 647-697-7413.

Victoria Carter, Broker, with Century 21 Percy Fulton Ltd., Brokerage in Brighton Ontario is an experienced Realtor who GUARANTEES that you will love the home that you purchase, or she will buy it back! This GUARANTEE is in WRITING!

Contact www.TwoMoveYou.com Guaranteed Realtors Victoria Carter, Kirk Rickman and Scott Horslin at 647-697-7413 to get on our VIP list of buyers!

Brighton Realtors Gets Another 5 Star Review For Excellent Service

Brighton Realtors Gets Another 5 Star Review For Excellent Service

If you are interested in working with Realtors who go above and beyond in the selling and purchasing of your next home, then consider working with us! http://www.TwoMoveYou.com

TwoMoveYou, Kirk Rickman, Victoria Carter, and Scott Horslin of Century 21 Percy Fulton Ltd are two realtors who move you in Durham Region and Northumberland.

Thank you for giving us reasons to be the best that we can be to help you with your real estate needs.

Making our clients happy gives us the motivation to make our services more client oriented aiming for customer satisfaction and excellent service.

For more reviews, please visit us at https://www.zillow.com/profile/TwoMoveYou%20Victoria

Kirk Rickman, Victoria Carter, and Scott Horslin
TwoMoveYou Real Estate Century 21 Brighton
6 Ironwood Cres, Brighton, ON K0K 1H0
Phone: (647) 697-7413

433 Bleecker Ave, Belleville

433 Bleecker Ave, Belleville

Zoned as a duplex and priced to sell! With an addition of a kitchen, and minimal creativity, you can live in one side and rent out the other! Loads of Great Features include laminate flooring throughout, spacious rooms, 2 porches, and separate entrances. This property is located in an ideal area of Belleville! In addition to a private back yard, this home also has newer windows, plumbing, flooring, electrical and a newer furnace. All you need to do is bring some elbow grease to make this 4 bedroom 2 bathroom potential duplex into something special.

QUICK CLOSING DATE IDEAL

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We look forward to helping you find the real estate property/ies of your dreams.  

Kirk Rickman, Victoria Carter, and Scott Horslin
TwoMoveYou Real Estate Century 21 Brighton
6 Ironwood Cres, Brighton, ON K0K 1H0
647-697-7413

5 Tips to Ensure Your Home’s Showing Is a Success

The purpose of showing your home is to hook a buyer. You want the buyers to come through your house and be impressed – so impressed in fact, that they’re ready to make an offer! You’ll have one chance to make a great first impression on the potential buyers, so make sure to follow these five helpful tips to really make it count!

1. Focus on the outside. Make sure that you don’t neglect the outside of your home. Curb appeal can make or break the odds of someone even bothering to get out of the car to come in. If they pull up and see a home with a lawn that obviously needs edging and has an unkempt flower bed, they’re going to wonder what else hasn’t been cared for properly. You want the outside of your home to be spotless. Clean the siding, the windows, and the doors. Make sure there are no dirt smudges, no cobwebs and that anything that needs painting has been spiffed up.

2. Take yourself out of the house. That means that you want to take out all the personal stuff. Remove the family photos from the wall or tables. You want the home to look neutral so that the potential buyers can look at your house and picture it as themselves living there. Everything should be as neutral as possible in terms of personal items.

3. Remove all the extra clutter you see at first glance. If you look around, it’ll amaze you at how much stuff you’ve accumulated over the years. Some of it might very well be important, but that doesn’t mean that your potential buyers should see it. When you have a lot of clutter, it shrinks the living space of the house. It makes it look and feel cramped and smaller. Many homeowners get something called house blindness. They’ve lived in the home for so long with the same clutter that they don’t even really see it anymore. But a stranger will always notice. So clean out your house and make the space as big as possible.

4. If you have a pet, no one that walks through your house should be able to notice it exists. That means no cat litter box, no dog to jump on anyone, no food sitting around in a dish. Your home should not have any pet odors. Having a clean house that’s odor free is a big selling point. You don’t want to lose a possible deal just because they can smell your pet’s presence or your pet makes a bad impression.

5. Stage your home! You can hire a professional or you can do it yourself. Stage your living areas in a way that shows off your home. You can rent furniture to make your home furnishings look good if you don’t use a stager. Someone who knows how to stage a house knows how to play up the best features of your home and knows what to bring in or get rid of to make the entire house appeal to a buyer.

First impressions are HUGE when showing you home to potential buyers, but by following the simple tips above you will be well on your way to making a great impression and, hopefully, receiving multiple offers! (And if you are at all anxious about this important step, just reach out to a trusted real estate team, www.TwoMoveYou.com, who can help guide you through this process!)

When you are ready to list your home for sale in Brighton, Ontario, be sure to call us so that YOUR house can stand out and get the most money! Call 647-697-7413 and know that we GUARANTEE to sell your home in the time frame and for the money that you want, or we will buy it! www.TwoMoveYou.com

We look forward to hearing from you soon.
Victoria Carter, Broker, Century 21 Percy Fulton Ltd., Brokerage
Brighton Ontario
647-697-7413

For Sale 186a Howes Rd, Frankford

For Sale 186a Howes Rd, Frankford

Are you looking for a property in Frankford, Ontario? Are you a home buyer looking in Hastings County? Look no further!
 
LOVE THE HOME YOU BUY IN FRANKFORD, OR WE’LL BUY IT BACK GUARANTEED.   
 
TwoMoveYou Realtors, Kirk Rickman, Victoria Carter, and Scott Horslin, Century 21 Percy Fulton Ltd., Brokerage in Hastings County have lists of homes available. They also protect their buyers by offering a guarantee that if you don’t love your home within 24 months of owning it, they will buy it back from you!  

30 Acres For Sale in Frankford, Ontario.
Part Cleared, and the rest Forest backing onto the Lower Trent Trail.
Never before on the market!
Great opportunity to own a piece of paradise!
Property has unopened road allowance to the water.
Lots of road frontage
Zoned Rural. Recently changed from MX on February 9, 2022
Siding onto the Lower Trent Trail
Irregular Shaped. Check out the photos.

BOOK YOUR SHOWING NOW!

We look forward to helping you find the real estate property/ies of your dreams.  

Kirk Rickman, Victoria Carter, and Scott Horslin
TwoMoveYou Real Estate Century 21 Brighton
6 Ironwood Cres, Brighton, ON K0K 1H0
647-697-7413

Finding a Realtor

Finding a Realtor

If you know your situation, have an idea of what you want for a home, and know what you need, you don’t want to be the only one that knows. Finding the right realtor will help you to improve your chances of getting exactly what you want and finding the best deals that are in the market. If you aren’t sure what to look for, then you can follow a few general guidelines to find the perfect match for your needs.

One of the easiest ways to make sure that you are getting involved with the right person is to do your research. Most likely, realtors will all have a reputation about how well their services are and what they were able to do for others. By looking into Internet sources or by asking other people, you can start out to find the right person and to eliminate some potential problems with realtors who aren’t looking out for your best interests.

You don’t just have to look at realtors from what others are saying. You can also look at how they have their services set up. The most important part of this is determining the commission that they will receive. This will make a difference in how much you end up paying for your home. You will also want to look at credentials and how long they have worked in the area. The more that they know, the more they will be able to help you.

If you have never had a realtor before, you will want to know standard procedures for how they are supposed to approach you with the business. For instance, you shouldn’t have to sign a contract at the beginning of the deal. You also shouldn’t have to put any money down until you have found a home and signed a contract with the lender. More importantly, make sure that the realtor is going to listen to what you want and need and doesn’t try to take advantage of what you don’t know. You will usually be able to tell where a realtor stands with your business by how they respond to your questions and needs with the first phone call. Every realtor has their own personal touch to showing homes. If you aren’t comfortable with how they are proceeding, it is best to not use them.

Whether the home is your first or fiftieth, finding the right realtor to help is a huge key to walking into what you want. It is through the realtor that you will have the easiest time with making negotiations, communicating with the others involved and finding exactly what you want. Always make sure that your realtor knows that your home is where the heart is.

Kirk Rickman, Victoria Carter, and Scott Horslin
TwoMoveYou Real Estate Century 21 Brighton
6 Ironwood Cres, Brighton, ON K0K 1H0
647-697-7413