In this so called information age, is there too much information? Could be, but I am alarmed by the amount of false information that is out there, especially when it comes to real estate.
I speak with London home buyers and home sellers every day and the questions I get asked, the perceptions they have and in some cases, a real estate market belief system so strongly embedded that in time could be harmful to their financial wellbeing.
If people hear the same thing, read the same thing or misunderstand something enough times, they believe it without asking the best question of all: "Is it true?"
If someone was thinking of selling their home in Summerside or buying a condo in at 2025 Meadowgate Blvd, would it not make sense to know the facts & make a decision rather than basing a decision on guesswork, false perceptions and emotional bravado?