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Whether you're looking for your first home, your next investment property or selling your current one, you can trust us to guide you through the process and help you make informed decisions. Contact her today to schedule a consultation and let her put her expertise to work for you.

Meet Diana

Discover the benefits of working with Diana Nikanovich, a skilled and experienced realtor serving the Greater Toronto Area. Specializing in the Halton, Hamilton, Niagara, and Brampton regions, Diana has the local market knowledge and expertise to help you buy or sell a property with ease. Whether you're looking for your first home, your next investment property or selling your current one, trust Diana to guide you through the process and help you make informed decisions. Contact her today to schedule a consultation and let her put her expertise to work for you.

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Instant Home Value Estimate

Our cutting-edge home value estimator utilizes advanced algorithms to give you an estimate of your property's market value. Using this service is completely FREE and comes with no commitment. All you have to do is enter your home address and email to receive an INSTANT estimate of your property's worth.

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Get a FREE list of new houses in your desired location, tailored to fit your budget, requirements, and preferences EVERY DAY.

Market Research Tours for Buyers

Buyer tours are a convenient way to view multiple houses in one go, thus saving time and energy by avoiding the need for scheduling single appointments. Potential buyers can view 5-8 homes in a single trip, enabling them to easily compare different homes and neighbourhoods, and make more informed decisions. This innovative method allows buyers to have an overview of multiple homes in one day and swiftly narrow down their choices

Powerful Marketing & Listing Preparation

Our marketing strategies are customized to fit your specific property. We use targeted advertising to ensure your property reaches the right buyers. By creating high-quality content such as 3D walkthroughs, professional-grade videos, and advanced digital brochures, we increase interest and make your property stand out among the rest.

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Exclusive RE/MAX® Real Estate expertise & connection to hundreds of local partners


From school districts to nearby amenities, we have the local knowledge to help you understand the community


Represent your real estate interests in a transaction by securing the most favorable terms and price through negotiations

How can I increase my home’s resale value?

Homeowners looking to increase their home's resale value have many options from small to large scale. Some opt to upgrade their existing kitchens or bathrooms, converting carpeted rooms to hardwood or LVT floors – and adding a fresh coat of paint. Others may have attics and basements that they can refinish to create more livable space and/or add a level if they live in a one-story home. If there's room in the home, some have added a home office or bedroom. As you're upgrading, consider adding final finishes that buyers may want. Examples include simple conveniences like outlets with USB ports, smart home technology, and even converting to solar for electricity needs. Other options include adding a deck or patio area – features that increase a home's resale value and offer outdoor enjoyment.

What aspects of my home may lower its value if not fixed?

Any cosmetic repairs or anything that could visibly be seen. We typically recommend sellers to always start as you approach the front door. If it isn’t pleasing to the eye, the buyer has already made the decision that they think the house is not well-maintained. It’s very important to make sure the door is clean and painted if needed. The door handle needs to not be rusted and should appear somewhat new. Any trim that is wood and appears to have rotted should be replaced and painted. Although these things may not typically lower the value of the actual home, they can lower the value in the buyers mind. Other items can include the mechanics: Although they do not need to be brand new, they do need to be serviced. Lack of servicing means you will get less use out of it. Patched roofs can be really noticeable and detract from the curb appeal.

How much time and money does it take to increase resale value?

When homeowners are looking to embark on small or large-scale home projects, the amount of time and money will vary depending on the scope of the project. Smaller projects that allow for ‘Do It Yourself’ may cost less but take more time. Outsourcing to general contractors may be reserved for larger scale projects and costs vary depending on the project, home size and materials or finishes used. Licensed general contractors should be familiar with the township/city construction code requirements to ensure the project is completed safely and properly

Would selling right now be a good idea? How do I know when a good time to sell is?

This question depends on many factors. For example, what neighbourhood or market is the home in? How long the home has been owned? If someone is considering selling, I would tell them to first seek out a real estate professional to help them understand how much equity they have in their home and what their local market looks like. Local market is important – and the closer to their home and neighbourhood, the better the data. Once they know how much equity they have, they can figure out the cost of selling (commission, fees, title, lender, etc.) and determine if that's their best next move.

How do I set an asking price for my home?

Contact your local RE/MAX agent to come to your home for a guided tour, and tell them about all of the benefits and features you love most about your home. They will use this information to check local stats and provide you with a Comparable Market Analysis (CMA) to determine your asking price. In this challenging market climate, there are more strategies than ever to get the best price for your home. Work with your RE/MAX agent to determine the best strategy to accomplish your ideal end result, whether that be a quick closing, the highest possible price, or somewhere in between.