All of the Real Estate Agents and Agencies in our directory for Canada are listed below in alphabetical order by city.
By clicking on any of the listings, you will be taken to a page that will give you more information about a particular agent, broker, or company where you'll find details about them and their expertise.
If you know of a real estate agent, broker, or company that should be listed here, just send them to our directory submission page so they can submit their business for free also!
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If there are no agents listed in your area, you can use the search feature below to look beyond our directory.
Just type in the words "real estate agents" (without the quotes) and the city or area you want, then click the search button. This will give you a list of real estate agents in the area you specified from the internet. There you go, a fast and easy way to find a real estate agent!
Every first time home buyer should investigate any programs available that could save them money on buying a home. Canada does have such a program.
The house you want to purchase has to meet the qualifications. Also, to be considered a first time home buyer, you cannot have owned a home in the previous four years.
There is an exception to the above rule. If you are a person who has a disability, you do not have to meet the first time home buyer requirement. Of course, you will have to investigate all the requirements and limitations on this exception.
It is always a good idea to find a good real estate agent who is familiar with the Canadian government programs and requirements.
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