Dave  Moore

Dave Moore

Salesperson, REALTOR®

RE/MAX Hallmark Chay Realty, Brokerage*

705-431-7100 ext. 3306
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2018 RE/MAX Integra Award

I'd like to thank my Clients and all of the others who make up part of my business team for their trust and support. This great award was made possible by all of you. So proud to join a select group of RE/MAX award winning agents!

Exclusive Innisfil Bungalow Listing

Exclusive Listing in the Big Bay Point area of Innisfil near Friday Harbour!

3 bedroom, 1.5 baths.  Bungalow.  Eat in kitchen.  Single car garage with private drive.  Move in condition.  Only $399,000.00  Why buy a townhouse when you can own a fully detached family home for the same budget.

Innisfil Santa Claus Parade

#SantaClausParade Innisfil is this Sunday Nov 25th, 2018 from 1:30 till 3:00. Join me and the rest of the crew at our Re/Max Chay office on the corner of Innisfil Beach Road and Thompson St in Alcona for free hot chocolate, coffee, cookies courtesy Mr Sub and more

Ethics and the "Coming Soon" Sign

Tuesday, 20 December 2016

This is an article that I thought was very well written by the president-Elect of the Toronto Real Estate Board for industry magazine REM.  It reflects very well my own personal feelings so I thought I would share it here.  It is a perfect example of why consumers should actually vete the Agent and Brokerage they are going to work with.  Like any endeavour, we are not all cut from the same cloth.


By Tim Syrianos

Time to Downsize? Might be a good time with the heated marketplace

Thu, 01 Dec 2016,

We are often asked by clients, is this a good time to downsize?  

The timing is probably good if you want to take advantage of the heated market we are now in.  Will we see prices continuing upward?  In my opinion the softening is underway already;  Interest rates in the US are set to rise, we are sure to follow suit.  The new Mortgage rules have softened pressure a bit as well.

5 Steps Smart Sellers Take to Generate Multiple Offers

Monday, 31 October 2016

Home sales (and values) have been on a strong uptick nationwide thanks to low interest rates, freer lending standards and a drop in the foreclosure rate. Sellers everywhere are breathing a giant, collective sigh of relief! But for all of the buyer activity, it seems like most houses sit on one end of two extremes: they either get snatched up the moment they hit the market (with multiple offers and an above-asking sale price) or seem to languish on the market without an offer in sight.

6 Signs That a Home "Might Be The One"!

Monday, 24 October 2016

You might have heard that saying about the number of fish there are in the sea – the sea of prospective dates and mates. The same goes for homes on the market. Even when the market heats up as it's doing now, it's not uncommon for a buyer to visit 10, 20 or even more homes before finding the property they want to make their home.

Top 5 Home Buyer Turn-Offs

Friday, 21 October 2016

Selling a home in today's market can be a bit frustrating. There's all sorts of home staging and property preparation advice out there, and some of it seems daunting or impossible to follow unless you already live in a haute home or have a serious bankroll set aside to whip your place into shape.

Time Tested Advice to Improve Your Home's Value

Monday, 17 October 2016

9 Proven Suggestions to ensure top $$$$ return on Your Property!

1.  Cleanliness is not just a virtue!

Most Agents we know will tell you overall cleanliness is the biggest factor in selling a house.  If it's dirty it won't sell.

When showing your home treat it as if you are hosting someone important for dinner such as your Boss.  Raise the blinds and let in the light, lower toilet seats, clear clutter, make sure everything shines.

Preparation is KEY!! A Buyers Guide to Home Purchasing.

Oct 11/ 2016

As discussed in my last Blog post, the market is smoking hot and for the most part can be considered a Seller's Market.  Buyers have to be well prepared before and during the purchase process.  What does this mean?

Buyers must get a pre-approval for a mortgage, or be in a cash position.

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