Buying, Selling, Leasing or Investing...I Will Get You Moving!

Heide Heemsoth
Heide Heemsoth CNE-Certified Negotiation Expert
Sales Representative
A Little Bit About Me.....
I live in midtown Toronto with my husband, my two wonderful daughters and our three boston terriers. We love where we live, our community and our wonderful neighbours.
After 24 years in the Telecommunications Industry I made the move into the Real Estate Industry. I am passionate about everything a home is made of, from the people who live in it, to the finishes inside and out. Whether you own or rent and whether it is a house or a condo, your home is your sanctuary.  I have a genuine interest in what makes a great home. With a combination of great knowledge, customer service expertise, sales expertise and a sincere appreciation for buying and selling real estate. I work very hard to ensure my clients have a great experience during the buying and selling process, 

My priority is to help you find a happy home, not only a home that is suitable for your needs but a home where memories can be made.

I am very knowledgeable with the many aspects and fundamentals of a what makes a house.

I have a broad range of experience with many areas and communities that form our great city.

I am diligent in understanding what buyers and sellers needs are.

I am pleasant and adaptable to a diverse group of buyers and sellers alike.

I am very goal oriented and one of my main goals in this business is to bring sellers and buyers to a common value and like mindedness.

I am very loyal and honest with my clients and provide excellent service from start to finish.

When You Make The Important Decision To Buy or Sell Your Home, I Can Assure You All Of Your Needs Will Be Successfully Met In A Professional Manner. I Work Together With My Clients Whether Selling Your House or Helping You Find Your Dream Home. My Guarantee To You Is Getting You The Best Value and The Most Fulfilment Of Your Real Estate Needs. It Will Be A Seamless, Extraordinary Experience.  Helping You Is What I Do!

“The Six Human Needs
1. Certainty: assurance you can avoid pain and gain pleasure
2. Uncertainty/Variety: the need for the unknown, change, new stimuli
3. Significance: feeling unique, important, special or needed
4. Connection/Love: a strong feeling of closeness or union with someone or something
5. Growth: an expansion of capacity, capability or understanding
6. Contribution: a sense of service and focus on helping, giving to and supporting others"

When it's time to make the move give me a call for a no obligation consultation where we can discuss what is happening with today's real estate values, what the market activities are and what would be the next step to getting the Buying or Selling process started. I offer my clients great services from the initial meeting through the entire Buying and Selling experience.

Diligent    Yielding       Natural      Assertive      Magnetic      Influential     Changing

Mobile: 416.571.1901
Contact Me
You Can Contact Me In Directly In Confidence @ (M) 416-571-1901 or (O)416-485-2299
Home Valuation
For most people, their house is their single biggest investment. Find out how much your investment is worth with a no-obligation market valuation.
Find a Dream Home
If you are in the market for your "Dream Home" then I would love to help. Simply fill out my Buyer Registration card and I will have suitable new listings emailed to you as soon as they come on the market.
Finding the perfect neighborhood

Choosing the right neighborhood is an important part of finding a home. If you love the house but hate the neighbors, or have the perfect kitchen but have an agonizing two-hour commute, you’re never going to feel completely comfortable living there.

Your best bet is to figure out if your neighborhood is a good fit with your family before you start looking for a home there (or certainly before you put in an offer). Spend some time there; take a walk through the streets, visit local shops and restaurants, and pick up a community paper to get a sense of the area’s personality.

Here are few questions that can help you figure out if a neighborhood is right for you:

What does the area look like? Do homes look cared for? Even in moderately-priced areas, pride of ownership helps keep property values up. Keep an eye out for signs of neglect like overgrown laws, houses in need of paint and vacant lots (which can be zoned for commercial use, or end up getting used as dumps). On the other hand, if an area has a lot of neglected-looking homes but you notice that a number look like they’ve been recently renovated, that may be a sign that the neighborhood is becoming gentrified; buying a home there and fixing it up can be a good long-term investment.
What types of people live there? Families? Retirees? First-time homeowners? Professionals with no kids? An area populated mainly by young families, for example, will feel very different from one with lots of college and university students.
How convenient is it? Figure out how far you’ll have to travel to do everyday stuff like grocery shopping. Where’s the closest gym? Dry cleaner? Post office? What about parks and recreational facilities? Being close to amenities isn’t important to everyone, but it’s a real day-to-day time saver, and can make the difference in the feel of a neighborhood; a place where people walk to the store and the library has a very different flavor than an area where people have to drive everywhere they need to go.
Is it a safe place to live? Vandalism and deterrents like “Beware of dog” signs or bars on windows can mean there’s a high crime rate in the area. Keep an eye out for graffiti, too – it could be a sign of gang activity. Check with local police for info about crimes in the area; they’ll also be able to tell you about how active area residents are in terms of crime prevention and community policing.
Are there schools nearby? If you have kids, proximity and quality of schools is a major consideration. Talk with people who live in the area, and call local schools or check online to get test scores and ratings. Figure out exactly where schools are located to see if your kids can walk or if they’ll have to be driven or bussed.
How long will it take to get to work? Do a dry run of your commute in rush hour. Figure out how often buses run past your house or how far you are from a major highway. If you need access to the airport, is it easy to get there by car, bus or taxi?
What are the property values like? Your home is an investment, so it pays to buy in an area where properties will increase in value. Ask your REALTOR® for info on property values in the area for the last 10 years so you can get a sense of how much they have gone up over time.
What’s in store for the area? Development can change the personality of a neighborhood, and increase taxes and traffic. Look for new construction in the area and check with city hall or the local chamber of commerce for planned housing developments, new facilities, new retailers, etc.
Is it quiet or noisy? Visit the area at different times of day to get a sense of the noise level. A quiet street may be party central once the sun goes down, and an area near a highway may be fine at most times, but noisy at rush hour. Listen for barking dogs, traffic noise, overhead planes, and loud music.
Finding a neighborhood you like is just as important as living in a home you love. Good neighbors, great amenities, nice schools and cool shops can make or break how you feel about your house or condo. So talk to a REALTOR® who specializes in the area you’re interested in, do your research, and you should be able to find a community that fits your needs and your lifestyle.
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Heide Heemsoth
Heide Heemsoth
Sales Representative
Royal LePage Terrequity Realty, Brokerage (Independently owned and operated)
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