Moving to Winnipeg? I can help you find a place to call home that fits your needs and your budget, and I’ll make the process as easy and worry-free as possible. Moving to a new city (whether you’ve lived here before or not) is a huge change, which is why it’s important to work with a realtor who knows it well and has a thorough understanding of what matters most to you.
I’ll take the time to determine what you need and what you want in order to create an action plan for when it’s time to start viewing homes.
I offer several services to help make relocating to Winnipeg and the surrounding areas easier for you and your family. I understand that it can be an overwhelming process, so I’m here to make sure things run smoothly throughout the home buying process.
Here’s how I can help:
- Compiling a list of homes to view when you’re in town
- Setting you up with access to the Keystone Matrix search tool
- Area recommendations based on your wants, needs, budget, and lifestyle
- Hotel pickup for viewings and neighbourhood tours
- Complimentary moving van once the sale is complete (within Winnipeg and surrounding area)
Brookfield Global Relocation Services
I am registered with Brookfield Global Relocation Services as a preferred vendor when moving to or out of Manitoba.
I can help members of the Canadian Forces, Government of Canada, and RCMP who are relocating for their careers find the home of their dreams, whether that’s a one-bedroom condo or a four-bedroom home for their family.
If you’re selling and moving out of province, I can also assist with the entire sales process, including marketing your home and getting it sold with reasonable turnaround.
FAQs about Brookfield services
How long is the average possession period in Winnipeg?
This depends on the time of year and the buyer’s/seller’s circumstances, but between 30 and 60 days is the usual request.
When should I plan to come house hunting?
Given the average possession period in Winnipeg, 2 to 3 months out would be ideal. This will give us ample time to find a home and may help you coordinate your Change of Strength date (the day your posting takes effect) so that you can move straight from home to home.
What if I lock in a mortgage rate but get posted before the term is up?
Many banks and lenders have waived them for relocations like this however, a good question to ask your banking institution is if your mortgage is “portable” to your new property. I can put you in touch with a mortgage professional who can help.
Are you moving away?
I can offer references for agents in any major city throughout Canada and even the U.S. through my extensive network of referral partners. I can help make the transition to a new city (or back home) an easier experience all around.