Max Ortoli, Sales Representative - 416.970.0352 - Email Me - Nikki Lobello, Sales Representative - 416.553.2008 - Email Me - Giancarlo Randazzo, Sales Representative    

       

 

 

 

 

 

Finding the Best Home

Families grow quick and before you know it, you have a bunch of little children running around. If you are rapidly running out of space, or if you are planning to have a family, then up sizing to a larger home could be your best bet. Before deciding right away, you will have to consider a few factors when moving your family from one place to another.

  • Discuss: Make sure you plan this out well-ahead of time so you know that you are making the right decision. First, make sure that you have the resources to move, if you do not, then you may have to save up before you can do so. Discuss to your spouse about the possibility of a move, and see what they have to say. Once you and your spouse have discussed it, then talk to your children. Your children should have a say in this decision, and reinforce the fact that a new home would be better for everyone.

  • Best Home for You & Your FamilyLooking for the best home: When looking for a home, bring your children along with you. Hire the expertise and assistance of a real estate professional and check out a few homes. Ask your children what they like about the home, and ask them what room they would like best. If you do not have children yet, carefully check out each room and try to imagine a family living in there.

  • Look outside the home: You are going to have to look around inside the home, but also what surrounds it. First, check out the backyard and see if they it is child-safe and big enough for children to run around (remember, children like to play outside).

  • Afterwards, take a stroll around the block: Walk to the nearest park to check it out, and if there are parents already there, ask them how the area is. As well, take a drive to the local schools, malls, grocery stores, and parks, and consider all for your decision.

  • Using your real estate professional: Without a doubt, your real estate professional has sold homes to families before, so ask them what they think is the best home for you and your family. They can show you and teach you a lot more things than you know.

  • Keep up constant communication with your children: Even though some children would be excited to move into a new home, that does not mean they fully understand why or feel good about leaving the only place they have known as home. Explain to your children, and reassure that the move is for the better.

Older children and teenagers may be a bit rebellious and angry because of a move, especially if they are leaving their close-knit social circles. Never fight with your child and understand their frustrations, and try to keep up communication as much as you can. This should be a fun and exciting family experience, not a stressful one. After you have done all your research and made a decision, make sure everyone in your family is on board and start the packing. Remember; do not forget to ask your real estate professional for help and advice.

 

  

 

 

 

MAX ORTOLI, Sales Representative

Prior to joining Homelife/Romano Realty Ltd., Brokerage, Max was a telecom analyst from 1993-2007 with Fortune 500 Companies, Invesco and PWC.

In 2007 Max began his full time real estate career. His goal is to add value and an enriching experience for both himself and his clients when buying or selling Real Estate. Having bought and sold several investment properties, Max has first-hand knowledge on the dynamics of working with investment properties as well as the intricacies of renovating homes. Max looks to serve clients with unsurpassed professionalism; as a result he has received a Certificate of Achievement award annually for his accomplishments. These awards exemplify Max’s strong personal commitment to Knowledge, Respect and Results for his clients and his career.

 

 

NIKKI LOBELLO, Sales Representative

Nikki Lobello received a Double Honours Bachelor Degree in French and Italian Studies from York University in 1999.

Prior to joining Homelife/Romano Realty Ltd., Brokerage, Nikki worked in the structured environment of the financial industry for 8 years. Having worked in the customer service sector her poise and perseverance left a lasting impression on those who worked with her and supervised her.

Nikki’s professionalism, warmth and approachability have made her an award winning Real Estate Salesperson. Her motivation and determination to succeed in this field have garnered her and her client’s successful results. Continuously seeking to improve her knowledge and skills, Nikki has completed the HomeLife University Education and Marketing Course and the SRES Designation (Seniors Real Estate Specialist). Her ability to connect, understand and surpass her client’s needs and expectations is an invaluable asset for all her clients.

 

 

GIANCARLO RANDAZZO, Sales Representative

Having earned a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy with designations in Applied and Practical Ethics with an emphasis on business transactions in concert with a wealth of experience in customer and client-oriented services in the construction, hospitality, academic, and financial sectors, Giancarlo is committed and passionate about sustaining open and transparent relationships with an attention to detail in order to help others be more successful in navigating the real estate industry.

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