McCullough Marketing has moved to RE/MAX of Nanaimo

search-for-property.jpg

selling-your-property.jpg

residential-commercial-developments.jpg

Dec
17
0 comments
Many eager home owners are warned that the holiday season is the wrong time to list their home for sale. This is a common misconception that we see among home owners, and I wanted to provide you the top 10 reasons why listing during December is a smart move. If you are committed to selling your home, it can be an excellent time. Most buyers that will be looking at your property during the holidays are often pre-approved by their lender, and tend to be more serious buyers that we see other times. The reason behind this comes down to motivation. Buyers during December often have a different motivation such as using vacation time to search for property. They're doing that because they have to buy, rather than want to buy. Time is of the essence to these types of buyers, rather than someone who is thinking about buying but may not have a definite timeframe for their purchase.
Read More

Dec
05
0 comments
Well, it has been two years since our McCullough Team moved to RE/MAX of Nanaimo. Both Myles and I have enjoyed our RE/MAX "family" immensely, and have seen firsthand the benefits to our clients, as RE/MAX's comprehensive network, international marketing exposure, and technology applications have allowed our properties to receive worldwide exposure. In fact, we just negotiated an offer on a property with a client who is living presently in Europe! I want to thank our amazing clients whom we have had the opportunity to assist this year. Myles and I cannot say "THANK YOU" enough times as it means so much to both us that you have chosen us to assist you with one of your largest investment decisions, and we truly appreciate your trust. I am so thankful of all of the enduring and amazing friendships that have remained strong amongst my fellow agents, regardless of what company they hang their real estate shingle from. I really have been truly blessed to work with exceptional people who have truly inspired me throughout my 34+ years in real estate.
Read More

Nov
27
0 comments
I thought that I would share a bit of information about the process involved when considering the purchase of a foreclosure listing. For some buyers, it can be a very savvy investment if you can remove the emotional attachment from the purchase and keep your bottom line...your bottom line. For other buyers, buying a foreclosure can be a bit overwhelming as there is a few more steps involved compared to a standard home sale. The first step to buying a foreclosure is to ensure that your real estate professional has experience (and proven success) going to court to represent his or her buyer. This critical step can literally cost you the home of your dreams if you have inadequate representation. Some realtors have little or no experience with foreclosure court, and may not even realize that sometimes a court date can be set for a location other than Nanaimo. It is true. Some foreclosure proceedings will take place in Vancouver or other cities, so it is important that your agent have all of the information to share with you.
Read More